VIDEODROME was an exhibition of recent video works by 18 artists shown over 18 days at the New Museum. Each day was dedicated to one artist and featured a single-projection work screened continuously. Many of the works were relatively short in duration, including one that lasted only a few seconds; some were the length of feature films. The selection of artists emphasized new works by emerging artists, artists not known for their work in video, and artists working outside the U.S. Visitors could also view the work of any of the artists in VIDEODROME on a video station adjacent to the screening room.