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Carolee Schneemann papers, 1959-1994

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Schneemann (Carolee) Papers

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Series I. Projects, 1960-1994 8.5 lin. ft. 17 boxes
Series I contains typed and handwritten notes, drafts, performance instructions, drawings and some correspondence, pertaining to approximately 70 of Schneemann's performance, film, book and exhibition projects. Most files offer a complete record of a project's progression. Particularly well documented are "Snows," "Illinois Central (Transposed)," and "Cezanne: She was a great painter." There is also material on Schneemann's controversial performances of "Meat Joy" and "Interior Scroll."
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1 1960-1967
1 1 Labyrinth, 1960
1 2 Newspaper Event, Dec 1962
1 3 Environment for Sound and Motion, 1962
1 4 Loose-leaf, Feb 1963
1 5 Chromelodeon, June 1963
1 6 Lateral Splay, Nov 1963
1 7 Eye Body / A Concert of Dance #13, Dec 1963
Documents pertaining to Eye Body, as well as two small photographs of Judson Dance Theater's A Concert of Dance #13.
1 8 Meat Joy, 1964
1 9 Ghost Rev, 1965
1 10 Acqua Notte, 1965
1 11 Queens Dog, Apr 1965
1 12 Noise Bodies, 1965
1 13-14 Water Light/Water Needle, 1966
1 15 Ordeals, 1967
1 16 Body Collage, 1967
1 17 Round House, 1967
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2 1967-1971
2 1-3 Snows, 1967
2 4-6 Illinois Central Transposed, 1968
2 7 Naked Action Lecture, 1968
2 8 Chicago Festival of Life, 1970
2 9-10 Banana Hands and Partitions, 1970
2 11 Köln, 1971
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3 1972-1975
3 1-4 Parts of a Body House Book, 1972
3 5 Cooking with Apes, 1973
3 6 University of California, Berkeley, 1974
3 7 London works, 1971-1974
3 8 Up to and Including Her Limits, 1974
3 9 Cezanne: She was a Great Painter, 1975
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4 1975-1977
4 1-2 Cezanne: She was a Great Painter, 1975
4 3 Interior Scroll, 1975
4 4 Kitch: 19 Years, 1976
4 5 University of Wisconsin, 1976
4 6-10 Homerunmuse, 1977
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5 1 ABC We Print Anything, 1976
Plus 4 versions of cards
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6 1-7 More Than Meat Joy, 1979
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7 1-8 More Than Meat Joy, 1979
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8 1-8 More Than Meat Joy, 1979
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9 1-4 More Than Meat Joy, 1979
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10 1-6 More Than Meat Joy, 1979
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11 1980-1983
11 1 Projects, 1980
11 2 Fresh Blood: A Dream Morphology, 1981 (1986)
11 3-4 Projects 1981
11 5 University of Iowa, 1982-1983
11 6-8 Lebanon Series, 1983
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12 1983-1986
12 1 Early and Recent Work, 1983
12 2 Blam!, 1984
12 3 Center for Contemporary Arts, Santa Fe, 1984
12 4 Projects 1984
12 5 War Mop, ca. 1985
12 6 Projects 1985
12 7 Randy Rosen Arts Association, 1986
12 8 Perspectives of New Music, 1986
12 9 Camden Press Ltd., 1986
12 10 Yellow Springs Institute, 1986
12 11 Winnipeg, 1986
12 12 Bottle in the Tree, ca. 1986
12 13 Projects 1986
13 1987-1989
13 1 Projects 1987-1988
13 2 Edge, 1988
13 3 SUNY, Binghamton, Apr 1988
13 4 El Museo del Barrio, 1988
13 5 Cat Scan, 1988
13 6 Spirituality Conference, Sep 1989
13 7 Whatcom Museum, 1989
13 8 Projects 1989
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14 1-3 Moscow, 1989
14 4-6 Censorship, 1988-1990
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15 1990-1991
15 1 Paris, 1990
15 2 Galerie Krinzinger, 1990
15 3 Transparent Thread, 1990
15 4 Fluxus, 1990
15 5 Projects 1990-1991
15 6 Blast, 1991
15 7 Key Poster, 1991
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16 1992
16 1-2 Reveries and Rages, 1992
16 3 Chicago/Wisconsin, 1992
16 4 London, 1992
16 5 Bush Artist Fellowships, 1992
16 6 Bard College, 1992
16 7 Colorado, 1992
16 8 Video Burn, 1992
16 9 Spain, Oct 1992
16 10 In the Spirit of Fluxus, 1992
16 11 Alaska, 1992
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17 Grant Applications and related material, 1970s-1994
17 1 Projects, 1992
17 2 Venus Vectors, 1992-1993
17 3-4 Projects 1993
17 5 Linda Weintrab essay, 1994
17 6 Syracuse, Feb 1994
17 7 Whitney lecture, 1994
17 8 Ye Olde Sex Chart, undated
17 9 Grant applications, 1970s-1990s
17 10 Bios, 1970s-1980s
Series II. Notes, ca. 1959-1994 4.5 lin. ft. 9 boxes
Series II has an extensive quantity of notebooks, address books, and notes typed or handwritten on single sheets. In particular, the notebooks record Schneemann's day to day thoughts relating to projects and personal matters with notations such as lists, reminders, schedules, ideas and finances, and have been richly embellished with drawings and sketches. The single sheets are mostly typed, with a substantial portion recording Schneemann's dreams.
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18-20 Notebooks
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21-24 Dream and miscellaneous notes
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25-26 Address books
Series III. Correspondence, ca. 1959-1994 9.5 lin. ft. 19 boxes
Series III includes exchanges of both a professional and personal nature between Schneemann and numerous artists, critics, dealers, friends and lovers. Correspondents include: Stan Brakhage, Clayton Eshleman, Ken Friedman, Dick Higgins, Jean Jacques Lebel, Charlotte Moorman, her second husband Anthony McCall, her former live in lover Bruce McPherson, Claes Oldenburg, Miroslaw Rogala, her first husband James Tenney, Edgard Varèse, Wolf Vostell and Carol Wikarska. Some files include printed ephemera, especially by McCall and McPherson.
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27-34 USA (chronological) 1960-1994
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27 1960-1968
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28 1968-1974
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29 1975-1981
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30 1982-1985
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31 1986-1988
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32 1988-1990
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33 1991
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34 1992-1994
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35-43 Alphabetical files
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35 B
35 1 Berg, Charlie
35 2-3 Berke, Joseph
35 4 Bovoso, Carole
35 5-8 Brakhage, Stan and Jane
35 9 Buckberrough, Sherry
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36 C-E
36 1-3 Chin, Daryl
36 4 Dewey, Ken
36 5-7 Eshleman, Clayton
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37 F-HOT
37 1 Fend, Peter
37 2 Film correspondence
37 3 Fisher Margaret
37 4 Fitzgibbon, Colen
37 5 Ford, Charles Henri
37 6 Friedman, Ken
37 7 Gowing, Lawrence
37 8 Hadley, Ellen and Mary Moss
37 9 Hayes, Marvin and Ethel
37 10 Henri Gallery
37 11 Higgins, Dick
37 12 Hiller, Liz
37 13 Hooven, Peter
37 14 Hotchkis, Joan
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38 HOT-MU
38 1-2 Hotchkis, Joan
38 3 Hulton, Peter
38 4 Huttinger, Peter
38 5 Köllerström, Oskar
38 6 Kultermann, Udo
38 7 Lebel, Jean-Jacques
38 8 MacDonald, Scott
38 9 McInnes, Ralph
38 10 Maggio, Gino di
38 11 Mellis, Mona
38 12 Moorman, Charlotte
38 13 Musser, Dianne
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39 1-5 McCall, Anthony
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40 1-7 McCall, Anthony
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41 1-9 McPherson, Bruce (and Jaimy Gordon)
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42 N-S
42 1 Neiman, Catrina
42 2 Oldenburg, Claes
42 3 Reality Club
42 4-5 Rogala, Miroslaw
42 6 Roth, Moira
42 7 Roth, Martha
42 8 Sanford, Christy Sheffield
42 9 Sontag, Susan
42 10 Stoercle, Wolfgang
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43 T-W
43 1-5 Tenney, James (and Lauren Pratt)
43 6 Varèse, Edgard
43 7 Vostell, Wolf
43 8 Wikarska, Carol
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43-45 Foreign
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44 1 Australia
44 2 Austria
44 3 Canada
44 4-6 England
44 7 France/Belgium/Switzerland
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45 1 Germany
45 2-3 Holland
45 4 Italy
45 5 Poland
45 6 Russia
45 7 South America
45 8 Yugoslavia
45 9 Other countries
Series IV. Ephemera and objects, ca. 1959-1994 3.5 lin. ft. 7 boxes
Series IV contains announcements, invitations, programs, and artists' books, and also includes drawings, mail art, and Fluxus objects sent to Schneemann from Fluxus and mail artists, writers and others, such as Eric Andersen, Ay O (orange finger box), Carol Bergé, Fletcher Copp, Philip Corner, Dwan Gallery (catalog for the exhibition "Boxes," February 2-26, 1964), John Giorno, Bici Hendricks, Geoffrey Hendricks, Judy Malloy, Charlotte Moorman and Jerome Rothenberg. A substantial quantity of ephemera created by Schneemann may also be found in this series.
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46 A-D
46 1 Alternative Press
46 2 Andersen, Eric
46 3 A
46 4 Bergé, Carol
46 5 B
46 6 Catalyst
46 7 Copp, Fletcher
46 8 Corner, Philip
46 9 Cotton, Paul
46 10 C
46 11 Dienes, Sari
46 12 Dijk, Geurt van
46 13 D
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47 E-L
47 1 Ehrenberg, Felipe
47 2 Eshleman, Clayton
47 3 Excellent, 1992
47 4 E
47 5 Fluxus
47 6 F
47 7 Giorno, John
47 8 G
47 9 Hendricks; Jon, Geoff and Marten
47 10 Higgins, Dick
47 11 Holtrop, Bernhard Willem
47 12-13 H-I
47 14 James, David
47 15 Johnson, Ray
47 16 Jonas, Joan
47 17 Knowles, Alison
47 18 K
47 19 Lerner & Turner (conceptualist team)
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48 L-N
48 1 Lerner & Turner
48 2 L
48 3 Malloy, Judy
48 4 Millett, Kate
48 5 Moorman, Charlotte (NY avant-garde festival)
48 6-7 M-N
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49 O-SC
49 1 OPQ
49 2 R
49 3 Rauschenberg, Robert ("Open Score" instructions; see also "9 Evenings" project in EAT archive, acc. no. 940003)
49 4 Riper, Peter van
49 5 Rothenberg, Jerome
49 6-9 Schneemann
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50 SP-Z
50 1 Spoerri, Daniel
50 2-6 S-Z
50 7 Unidentified
50 8 Miscellaneous greeting cards
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51 Objects, includes (selected):
51 Ay-O. Orange finger box, ca. early 1960s
51 Rothenberg, Jerome and Harris Lenowitz. "Gematria 27," autographed and dated by Rothenberg, 1977
51 Hendricks, Bici. "Language Box, Box Language," 1966
51 Knowles, Alison. Cassette tape "Frijoles Canyon," 1991
51 Tienhoven, Ronald v. "The Oxidizing Accumulator Book," 1978
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52 Dwan Gallery catalog for "Boxes," Feb. 2-29, 1964
52 Arnason, Jón Gunnar. "Cellophony," 1972
52 Iannone, Dorothy. 2 sets of "Complimentary Cards," 1971
52 Program cards for Dramatic Arts Center, Ann Arbor, Michigan's performance of "Once," 1965
Series V. Teaching and students' work, 1959-1992 3 lin. ft. 6 boxes
Series V documents Schneemann's teaching and lecture activities with lecture notes, students' papers, photographs of student performances and correspondence with universities. Arranged chronologically.
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53 1959-1961
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54 1976-1982
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55 1983-1988
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56 1988-1990
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57 1990-1991
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58 By date and miscellaneous, 1991-1992
Series VI. Feminist research files, 1970-1991 1.25 lin. ft. 3 boxes
Series VI contains Schneemann's files on feminism consisting of clippings, photocopied articles, notes, and ephemera.
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59 1 The Artists-She, notes, 1970s
59 2-5 Articles (photocopies), ca. mid 1970-ca. 1989
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60 1 Articles (photocopies), ca. 1990-1991
60 2-3 Feminist Conference Workshop Readings (photocopies), 1991
60 4 Missing gender clippings, 1971
60 5-6 Clippings, ca. 1973-1977
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61 1-4 Clippings, ca. 1973-1991
61 5 Gender protests
Series VII. Film and performance files, 1960-1994 1.25 lin. ft. 3 boxes
Series VII contains Schneemann's research files on film and performance and include clippings, photocopied articles, notes, and ephemera.
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62 Film notes and ephemera, 1960-1970
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63 Ephemera, 1971-1994
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64 Clippings, 1962-1993
Series VIII. Other clippings, ca. 1959-1994 .83 lin. ft. 2 boxes
Series VIII contains topical research files of clippings, photocopied articles, notes, and ephemera.
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65 1-2 Clippings of friends
65 3 John Lennon / Yoko Ono (mostly upon his death)
65 4-5 London miscellaneous and reviews, 1970s
65 6 Reviews, 1980s-1990s
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66 1-3 Rip offs/influence
66 4-6 Miscellaneous, 1960s-1990s
Series IX. Writings about or by Schneemann, ca. 1959-1994 9 box(es) 4.5 lin. ft.
Series IX contains manuscripts and published articles by various art critics, artists, literary figures, and students on subjects about or relating to Schneemann's work, filed alphabetically by author. Some have been annotated by Schneemann or have photocopies of letters from Schneemann with her comments. Authors include Gerald Burns, Kathy Constantinides, Dick Higgins, Allan Kaprow, Udo Kultermann, Henry Sayre, Alan Sondheim, and Lynne Tillman. A separate box holds interviews with Schneemann in typescript form, and two other boxes house journals and anthologies which contain writings by Schneemann. An oversize box includes large materials from this series and previous series.
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67 A-CA
67 1-2 Almhofer, Edith
67 3 Ariadne, Patricia Ann
67 4 "Art-Rite"
67 5 Ashley, Robert
67 6 Ballerini, Julia
67 7 Berger, Maurice
67 8 Buckberrough, Sherry
67 9-11 Burns, Gerald
67 12 Cameron, Daniel
67 13 Constantinides, Kathy
67 14 Connolly, Maeve
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68 CO-HI
68 1 Crane, Don
68 2 Elder, Bruce R.
68 3 Elmwood Newsletter
68 4 Fend, Peter
68 5 Fend, Fitzgibbon, Holzer, Nadin, Prince, Winters
68 6-7 Frederick, Charles
68 8 Freuh, Joanna
68 9 Friedlander, Benjamin (and various)
68 10 Gadon, Elinor
68 11 Hafif, Marcia
68 12 Higgins, Dick
68 13 "High Performance"
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69 HO-L
69 1 Holbrook, Peter
69 2 Hotchkis, Joan
69 23 Hough, Linda
69 4 Ione
69 5-6 Kaprow, Allan
69 7 Kelley, Jeff
69 8 Kolpan, Steven
69 9 Kultermann, Udo
69 10 Leary, Timothy
69 11 Lehmann, Barbara
69 12 Levy, Mark
69 13 Lord, Jeffrey P.
69 14 Lovelace, Carey
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70 M-RI
70 1 Martin, Henry
70 2 McCoy, Ann
70 3 McEvilley, Thomas
70 4 Neiman, Catrina
70 5 O'Dell, Kathy
70 6 Orenstein, Gloria Feman
70 7 Orloff, Kossia
70 8 Owens, Rochelle
70 9 Pedersen, Loren E.
70 10 Pitt, Leonard
70 11 Reveaux, Tony
70 12 Richard, Alain-Martin
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71 RO-ST
71 1 Rolston, Dean
71 2-5 Sayre, Henry
71 6 Schutzman, Mady
71 7 Semmel, Joan (and various)
71 8 Silverman, Gilbert
71 9 Singer, Marilyn
71 10 Sondheim, Alan
71 11 Stiles, Kristine
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72 ST-W
72 1 Straayer, Arny Christine
72 2 Taussing, M.
72 3 Tillman, Lynne
72 4 Ulster County Artist Dec 77-Jan 78
72 5 University of Texas-Austin (on Merce Cunningham)
72 6 Vesna, Victoria
72 7 "Women & Film"
72 8 Woolger, Roger and Jennifer (Laughing Bear Prods.)
72 9 Wynne, Mary
72 10 Unidentified
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73 Interviews
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74-75 Writings by Schneemann
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124* Oversize ephemera and materials from other series
Series X. Performance albums, 1962-1989 48 albums
Series X consists of albums that document approximately 35 of Schneemann's performances and kinetic theater events. The albums contain photographs, manuscript and printed material. Many of the photographs are original prints by Schneemann or by Peter Moore and others who have achieved prominence as photographers of performance art. Some albums also include performance texts, notes, clippings, and programs that complement material in Series I.
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76 Album 1: '62 The Living Theatre Performance, "An Environment for Sounds and Motions" and "Poem for Chairs, Tables and Benches," 1962
Sidney, Illinois: 9 8x10 and 4 5x7 in a hand-painted album.
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77 Album 2: A Concert of Dance #3 and #4, Judson Church, 1963
25 photos by Robert McElroy and Al Giese, some smaller than 8x10 and 3 of which are color; program; and photocopied announcement and review in a hand-painted album.
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78 Album 3: Dance by 5, Judson Church: "Lateral Splay"
Original performance (10 8x10 by Peter Moore); "Lateral Splay" St. Mark's Revival (13 color, 10 b/w 5x7 or smaller); and "Queen's Dog" (15 8x10 by Giese). Also includes a slide of an original drawing; 2 Judson announcements; performance instructions for both pieces; 3 pp. of notes; and photocopies of drawings.
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79 Album 4: Chromelodeon (4th Concretion), 1963
25 photographs, 8x10, by Giese; 3 5x7; 8 5x7 color; 1 3x5 color; and 1 review clipping.
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80 Album 5: Eye Body, 1963
29 8x10, 28 of which are by Erró and 1 by Tenney; 1 photo-collage; 2 contact sheets; 20 slides; 6 slides of drawings; and 2 pp. of notes.
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81 Album 6: Meat Joy, Paris, 1964
26 8x10 by Harold Chapman, F. Massal and Cheney.
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82 Album 7: Meat Joy, New York, 1964
68 8x10 by Harvey Zucker, Moore, Giese, T. Ray-Jones and Manfred Schroeder; 1 photocopy of an 8x10; 3 5x7; and program.
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83 Album 8: Meat Joy
49 slides; copies of 2 drawings, announcement and performance instructions; many small prints, including 1 3x5 color; and contact sheet clippings.
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84 Album 9: Meat Joy
30 small color prints. Photographer unidentified.
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85 Album 10: Several performances, 1963-1967
Snug Harbor, 1967; Push & Pull, 1965; Noise Bodies, 1965; Loose-leaf, 1963. Includes NY avant-garde festival programs, review of the festival, notes and performance instructions for "Push and Pull," 2 8x10, and 2 5x7 of "Loose Leaf" with performance instructions.
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86 Album 11: Noise Bodies, 1965
15 8x10 by Moore, Ted Wester and Charlotte Victoria; program; and performance notes (4 sheets).
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87 Album 12: Several performances, 1966
Ghost Rev, 1966: 9 8x10 by Moore and Wester, 3 5x7 or smaller and announcement. "2nd Thermo Couple" and "V" (Tenney): 4 8x10 by Moore. and "Site" (Robert Morris), 1966: 2 8x10 by Hans Namuth, 8 3x4 color, and 7 slides.
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88 Album 13: Water Light/Water Needle, 1966
48 8x10 many by Moore and some by Victoria; 2 5x7; 5 3x5 color; and a program.
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89 Album 14: Water Light/Water Needle, St. Mark's in the Bowery and Havermyer Estate
29 8x10 mostly by Victoria; 34 3x5; 4 5x7; 22 small color; 5 slides; and photocopies of reviews and drawings.
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90 Album 15: Snows, 1967
63 8x10 mostly by Buggiani and Victoria, and also some by A.V. Sobolewski, Wester and Moore; 3 5x7; 12 3x5; and a program.
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91 Album 16: Snows, 1967
35 3x5 color by Victoria and Herbert Migdoll; 80 slides, some by Migdoll; contact sheets; 1 color transparency; 3x5 cards with addresses; performance instructions; 4 photocopied drawings; and 3 pp. of notes.
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92 Album 17: Manipulations-Ordeals, 1967
8 8x10, 3 by Moore (one of which is cropped) and 2 by Victoria; "Manipulations" announcement; program and 1 pp. of notes for "Ordeals"; and Schneemann manuscript for Aspen Magazine n. 6A.
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93 Album 18: Round House, London, 1967
26 8x10, most by Michael Boone and some by John Haynes, Leena Komppa and Jennifer Pike; 7 5x7; 1 10x12; notes on 5 3x5 cards; clipping; program; and performance instructions.
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94 Album 19: Illinois Central (Transposed), 1968
52 8x10, many by Wester and a few by Holbrook, Victoria and Migdoll; and photocopy of "The Chicago Saga of Carolee Schneemann" by Peter Holbrook.
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95 Album 20: Mail Art, London
includes photocopies and photos of some of Schneemann's mail art/ephemera, postcards, and a collage, 15 items (See also ephemera files).
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96 Album 21: Colby College, 1968
7 8x10 by Lyhte and MacKay, announcement, and notes, some of which are photocopies.
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97 Album 22: Intermedia, 1968
10 8x10, notebook with sketches and text, announcements, press release, and bios.
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98 Album 23: Naked Action Lecture, 1968 and "Expansions," 1969, 1968-1969
12 8x10, many by Massal and Sidney Zamochnick; announcements, one with notes and sketch; performance instructions; sheet of notes; and photocopied review.
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99 Album 24: Montreal Expo, Viet-Flakes, 1968
16 8x10 by Shunk-Kender, and notes (10 items).
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100 Album 25: Body Collage, 1968
15 8x10 by Michael Benedikt, 1 5x7, 3 3x5, and 1 color xerox.
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101 Album 26: Thames Crawling
2 8x10 with 4 images on each; 1 contact photo-collage; photocopied sketches and collages; International Underground Film Festival schedule book of notes and sketches (originally listed under Köln, 1970); substantial quantity of other notes and sketches; performance instructions; and an announcement.
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102 Album 27: Köln, 1970
9 8x10, most by Balthasar Burkhard, 5 5x7, and many photocopied notes and sketches.
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103 Album 28: Aggression for Couples, London, 1971
22 8x10, many are hand-painted and some have collage elements; 57 3x5 or smaller; and statement.
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104 Album 29: Schlaget Auf 1970, and Ices Strip 1971, 1970-1971
12 8x10; 1 3x5; contact collage; announcement; notes; performance instructions; and many photocopied notes and sketches.
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105 Album 30: Cooking with Apes, Sweden, 1973
13 8x10; 1 5x7; 14 color; 20 slides; Nutida Musik 2 1973/74; announcement; performance instructions; notes; sketches; clippings; 7 letters, most with Susanne Valentin of Fylkingen.
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106 Album 31: Interior Scroll, Sep 1975
includes 13 8x10; 2 5x7; contact sheets; and notes.
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107 Album 32: Up to and Including Her Limits, 1974-1975
70 8x10 by Gianfranco Gorgoni, Alan Power, Anthony McCall, Peter Moore, Tal Streeter, Carol Wikarska, Gwenn Thomas, A. Tannenbaum, Shelley Farkas, Jill Lynne, Susan Weiley, Mary Harding, Terry Slotkin, Henrik Gaard, Diane Nilsen, and Susan Hiller; 6 slides; 1 color xerox; and announcements.
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108 Album 33: Up to and Including Her Limits, 1974
2 8x10 by Shelley Farkas and C. Mary Harding; 1 color xerox; program; installation plan; clippings; announcement; notes and small sketches, some of which are photocopied; and corresp. with Axel Beyer and Jill Lynne (photographer).
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109 Album 34: Up to and Including Her Limits, 1974
Includes 4 8x10 and 4 5x7 by Shelley Farkas and Mary Harding (some are possibly laser prints), photocopies of sketches and notes, and photocopied clipping.
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110 Album 35: Moon in a Tree, Cornell, 1976
includes 2 color copies, notes, photocopied articles, letter from Walker Art Center, exhibition catalog from Minneapolis Institute of the Arts.
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111 Album 36: Cornell
7 8x10 by Farkas and Haller, 4 color xeroxes, 1 clipping, and 3 pp. notes.
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112 Album 37: Missing Precedents, 1973
Includes notes, text, images.
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113 Album 38: Homerunmuse, 1977
24 8x10 by Farkas and Bill Thompson, 96 color slides, 3 color xeroxes, score, notes, announcements, and photocopied clippings.
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114 Album 39: Fresh Blood, 1981-1983
32 8x10, some by Ginerva Portlock, Leigh Williams and James Brown; 1 5x7; 6 3x5; 44 3x5 color; 27 color slides; numerous sketches and notes; performance instructions; 5 color copies of color slides; poster; bibliography and image credits; and statement.
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115 Album 40: ABC We Print Anything, 1977
20 8x10, some by Haller and Jürgen Vogdt; 13 5x7 or smaller; 3 color xeroxes; performance description; a few sketches; and corresp. to Irena (?).
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116 Album 41: C. Schneemann and Her Work
25 8x10; 16 5x7 or smaller; 9 small color; 1 color xerox; and 1 photo-calendar page of Schneemann working.
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117 Album 42: Early Work
26 8x10; 29 5x7 or smaller; 50 color; 3 small color xeroxes; 1 color polaroid; and 1 contact sheet.
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118 Album 43: Early Work
19 8x10; 16 5x7 or smaller; 1 small color; 96 color slides.
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119 Album 44: Reproduction Prints - Early Drawings, Watercolors
53 8x10, 8 smaller b/w.
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120 Album 45: Teaching/Student Performance Art, 1979-1989
At UCLA, Ohio State, Univ. of Texas at Austin, Univ. of Massachusetts. Photocopy prints of student drawings; 2 contact sheets from Kent State; 85 slides; and 10 smaller b/w by Colin Klein.
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121 Album 46: Infinity Kisses (with Cluny), 1987
1 8x10, 40 slides, a color xerox, and performance article.
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122 Album 47: Cat Scan, 1987
Fliers, text, 1 8x10 and 18 smaller by Plauto; 3 color xeroxes; 3 3x5 color; 4 5x7 color; performance instructions; notes; program; and 2 announcements.
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123 Album 48: Dirty Pictures, 1980
Contact sheets; reviews; fliers; notes; text; scores; 16 8x10 by Lisa Kahane; and 18 color slides.


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