Steina Vasulka, ‘Tokyo Four’, 1991, BERG Contemporary

TOKYO FOUR is a four video, four audio channel installation with twenty-three minute repeating program. Each of the four laser disk players provide one video and two audio sources to 12 video monitors and four speakers. A video synchronizer aligns the four channels of video for synchronous playback. At the end of each cycle, the program automatically returns and re-synchronizes for a repeat performance.

About Steina Vasulka

Icelandic, b. 1940, Reykjavík, Iceland, based in Santa Fe, NM, United States

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