Black on White Tape, from Sixteen Films

Copied David Haxton, Black on White Tape, from Sixteen Films, 1974-1975, 16mm film on digital video, black and white, silent; 9:00 minutes, Smithsonian American Art Museum, Gift of the artist, 2014.50.1.4, © 1975, David Haxton

Artwork Details

Title
Black on White Tape, from Sixteen Films
Artist
Date
1974-1975
Location
Not on view
Copyright
© 1975, David Haxton
Credit Line
Gift of the artist
Mediums
Mediums Description
16mm film on digital video, black and white, silent; 9:00 minutes
Classifications
Keywords
  • Object
Object Number
2014.50.1.4

Exhibitions

Media - 2014.50.1.4 - SAAM-2014.50.1.4_5 - 116527
Watch This! New Directions in the Art of the Moving Image (4.0)
December 4, 2015August 27, 2016
Watch This! New Directions in the Art of the Moving Image is a series of rotating exhibitions drawn from SAAM’s permanent collection. The works of art featured in this installation identify a complex relationship between still photography and moving images. These artistic engagements with captured and recorded pictures examine notions of storytelling and processes of interpretation, underscoring just how relative meaning can be, and urging viewers to question where the power of imagery might reside. Taken together, the arrangement traces a vibrant call and response between artists and pictures, narratives, and interpretation.