Colab talks at Printed Matter 2016
Digital, color, sound, 91 minutes.
Free Speech at Cuchifritos (2015)
Digital, color, sound, 20 minutes.
Vertual Realty – Real Estate Show (2014)
Digital, color, sound, 1 minute. Performances Website Films by Fitzgibbon for Real Estate Show 2014.
Colab TV: Excerpts from Potato Wolf, M/W/F Club, XFR STN at the New Museum (2013)
Selections by Fitzgibbon/Callard. Video, sound, three 60 minute DVDs.
X-Magazine Benefit (2009/1978)
By Coleen Fitzgibbon and Alan W. Moore. Video, b/w, sound, 11 minutes. “Colab’s X Magazine Benefit” documents the punk rock performances of DNA, James Chance and the Contortions, and Boris Policeband in NYC in the late 1970’s. Shot in black and white super 8 and edited on video the film captures the gritty look and sound of the music scene during that era. The film/video was completed by Coleen Fitzgibbon and Alan Moore in 2009.
Pink Pajamas (Excerpt) (1986)
Conceived & performed by Betsy Newman; Camera, lighting & editing by Roger Christiansen; performance directed by Kitty Parks. 7:48 mins.
Potato Peelings (Excerpt) (1986)
By Cara Brownell and Alan Moore, with Peter Fend, Ilona Granet, Mitch Corber, James Purdy. 21:40 mins.
Beauty and the TV (1984)
Colab compilation. Curated by Mary Mcferran and Betsy Newman.
By Jim Sutcliffe. 9:53 min. Jim, lots of broken glass, poetics.
Wedding Show (1984)
By Sally White & Mitch Corber. 5:33 Producer Sally White and Mitch Corber. Audio/Visual sound, color
Marriage Counseling (1984)
By David Levine. 29:49. Audio/Visual sound, black and white
Debate of the Dead (1983)
Produced & directed by Betsy Newman; written by Ellin Stein. 5:21mins. Crew: Roger Christiansen, Helene Kaplan, Scott Breindel, Katherine Parks, Madelyn Chapman, Joshua Pilot & Katherine Greitzer. Cast: Ellin Stein, Charlotte Colavin, Allison Weaver, Tom Jarus & Dennis Fitzhugh
Potato Chips (1983/1984)
Compilation of sample videos from Potato Wolf artists including Mary McFerren, Brian Piersol, Jim Sutcliffe, Franz Vila, Albert Dimartino, Sophie Vieille, Mitch Corber, and Sally White.
Strife (Excerpt) (1983)
Produced by Alan Moore, with Leonard Abrams, Mike Robinson, Brian Piersol, Mitch Corber, Jim Sutcliffe, Joseph Nechvatal, Gregory Lehman, Kiki Smith, Terry Mohre, Christy Rupp, Julie Harrison, George Shustowicz, Mindy Stevenson, Cara Perlman, Bobby G, Sally White, Peter Fend & Ellen Cooper
Rapture of the Deep (1983)
Alan Moore, Virginia Piersol, Peter Fend, Kiki Smith, Ellen Cooper, Judy Ross, Jim Sutcliffe & Mitch Corber.
April 1st Special (1982)
April Fools day special featuring performance by Rockets Redglare, Ellen Cooper, Diane Torr, Virginia Piersol, Bobby G. Mindy Stevenson, Mitch Corber. Producer: Potato Wolf
Cave Girls (1982)
Kiki Smith & Ellen Cooper conceived this post-feminist work; a pre-thought fantasy of a prehistoric culture of women. Rife with home-made exoticism, the piece explores the grand themes of female identity.
The Cyclops (1982)
Potato Wolf episode based on Euripides’ play Cyclops. Performers include Sally White, Jim Sutcliffe, Olivia Beens, Mitch Corber and others.
Eskimo Show (1982)
Producer: Potato Wolf. “Are you an Eskimo? Call now —- 674-9797” Experiments in Green screen involving the depiction of eskimos, crisco, dogs.
Nightmare Theater (Excerpt) (1982)
Julie Harrison & Neil Zusman.
Potato Wolf Sampler (Excerpt) (1982)
Including Willoughby and Mitch & Sally getting married.
After What? 1+2; After Art? 1+2 (1981)
Run time 1:00:00. Producer: Wolfgang Staehle.
Dr. Jekyll and Ms. Hyde (1981)
Directed by J.K. White with actress Penny White. Feminist monologue in handmade set with fake science.
NEWS NEWS (1981)
Directed by Coleen Fitzgibbon with Tom Otterness, Christof Kohlhofer, Walter Robinson, Babs Egan, Giselle Langkompf, Peter Fend, Greg Lehman.
Potato Salad (Excerpt) (1981)
With Gary Pollard, Mitch Corber, Ilona Granet, Peter Fend, Brian Piersol & Terry Mohre. 23:46 mins.
Anybody’s Show (Excerpt) (1980)
Anybody’s Show by Ulli Rimkus with Christof Kohlhofer & Liz X
End of the World by Cara Perlman with Matthew Geller, Cara Perlman & Sally White
July 4, 1980 by Bobby G with Community BD. 12 Summer Youth Employment Program
Real Estate Show by with Peter Moehnig, Rebecca Howland & Alan Moore
Shipwreck by Alan Moore with Cara Perlman, David Levine, Jim Sutcliffe & Bobby G
Dance of the Leper by Jim Sutcliffe 18:42 mins.
City Wildlife (1980)
Created and written by Christy Rupp; produced by Peter Von Ziegesar and Chris Post; with Dr. Betty Faber; music by Cindy Laverty. 16:14 mins.
Colab Compilation (1980)
Various groups of 3 people. 31:30 min.
Human Commodity (1980)
Directed by Mindy Stevenson, and with Cara Perlman, Larry Meltzer and musician. Actors: Caz Porter, Jim Geiger, Bernice Rubin, Lyn Smith, Lisa Genet, Louisa Marcellus, Cody McClymont, Mike, Betsy Sussler, Lindzee Smith. 43:25 min.
Times Square Show PSA (1980)
Three public service announcements:
Directed by Beth B & Scott B; Edited by Robert Burden; Camera by Al Vasquez; With Jack Smith; Producers: Robert Burden, Coleen Fitzgibbon; Executive Producers: Collaborative Projects, Inc. and NCI Inc.
Directed by Matthew Geller, Alan Moore & Andrea Callard; Editors: Robert Burden, Phil Fallo; Camera: Al Vasquez; With Andrea Callard, Joe Lewis, Alan Moore & William Scott; Music: EJ Rodriguez; Producers: Robert Burden, Coleen Fitzgibbon; Executive Producers: Collaborative Projects, Inc. and NCI Inc.
Directed by Coleen Fitzgibbon & Cara Perlman; Editor: Robert Burden; Camera: Al Vasquez; With Glen O’Brien, Betsy Sussler; Music: EJ Rodriguez; Producers: Robert Burden, Coleen Fitzgibbon; Executive Producers: Collaborative Projects, Inc. and NCI Inc.
Christmas Show (Excerpt) (1979-80)
With Ellen Cooper, Bobby G, Kikki Smith, A. Moore, M. Corber, Sally White, Becky Howland, Jim Sutcliff (Pluto), Maria Thompson, Kathleen, Camera; Robinson and others. Switching: Cara Brownwell
Ellen Cooper introduces the story of Jupiter and an attack by fire-breathing monsters. They fell so loud that Pluto comes to earth to see what is happening and captures Prosepina. Becky is talking about the rain and snow and thistles, the mess on earth. Diana disguised her in a cloud. Then she becomes a fountain. The fates discuss Ellen’s situation in the Underground. When was the pomegranate consumed? Proserpina must stay in the Underground during the Autumn and Winter. Persephone will return in the end.
Exxon WWII (Excerpt) (1979)
Directed by Peter Fend.
Spacejet (Excerpt) (1979)
Directed by Frank Vila.
Tripe (Excerpt) (1979)
Directed by Betsy Sussler and Lindzee Smith.
All Color News (Excerpt) (1978)
We started making live cable TV shows about things that were really happening. A mix of people would meet at the studio with footage, props, costumes, and put it together in real time. This segment combines super 8mm footage of people shot in the field. Michael McClard appears at the end of the show as part of a live call in component.
Beth B & Scot B
Mindy Stevenson & Alan Moore & Virginia Piersol
Notes on Ailanthus (1978)
By Andrea Callard. Super 8mm film. 4 min.
X and Y (Excerpt) (1977-78)
Directed by Coleen Fitzgibbon and Robin Winters.
By Andrea Callard with Cara Perlman. Portapak video, 11:24 min.
Fragments (Excerpt) (1974)
By Andrea Callard. B/W Portapak video. 1.5 min.
Potato Wolf Makeup (1983/84)