In conjunction with her then-current exhibition at The New Museum of Contemporary Art, artist Carolee Schneemann, a key figure in the development of performance and body-based art, presented two evenings of film and video, including her early work, new collaborations, and New York premieres.1 The schedule for both nights was as follows:
Saturday, November 30, 7:30 p.m.: Up To And Including Her Limits, 1982, 20 min.; Fuses. 1964-67, 18 min.; Viet-Flakes, 1965,7 min.; Imaging Her Erotics, 1992, 6 min.; Interior Scroll-The Cave, 1994, 12 min.; Known/Unknown, 1996, 3 min.
Saturday, January 4, 7:30p.m.: Up To And Including Her Limits, 1982, 20 min.; Plumb Line, 1968-72, 18 min.; Kitch’s Last Meal, 1973-76, 20 min.; Instructions Per Second, 1995, 12 min.; Known/Unknown, 1996, 3 min.2