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Ralph Hocking: Selected Works (2/23)

Thursday, February 23, 2023

Online presentation

Zoom link: https://binghamton.zoom.us/j/96599262587

7:30 PM FREE

RALPH HOCKING has been a leader in the field of electronic media art since the

1960s, founding one of the first campus-based media access programs in the country at

Binghamton University, where he served as Professor of Video and Computer Art and

Chair of the Cinema Department until his retirement in 1998. In 1971, Hocking

established the independent nonprofit Experimental Television Center, with a residency

and research program for artists, equipment access and training programs for the

community, and regional and national exhibition programs. He has served as

a consultant, advisor, and panelist with such organizations as the New York State Council

on the Arts, the University-Wide Arts Committee, the Society for Photographic

Education, the Massachusetts Arts Foundation, the New York Foundation for the Arts,

and many museums and galleries. His personal creative work has been exhibited widely

worldwide. He has received support for his work from the NEA’s Visual Arts Fellowship

Program and the New York State Council on the Arts.

PROGRAM: The Experiment (8:30 min., 1970) / Fishing (10 min., 1971) / Sitting by

the Window (4:30 min., 1977) / Scrambled Legs (4 min., 1977) / Walk/Run (6:30 min.,

1981) / Mixtape Series (14 min., 1985) TRT 47:30 min.

We would like to thank the Experimental Television Center for helping us organize the


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