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Remko Scha: TV, film, video


The New Electric Chamber Music Ensemble. Beweging, Nederland II, 23 May 1967. (Registration of Omaggio a Lucio Fontana, Stedelijk Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven, 12 May 1967. Production: Lambert Tegenbosch.)

The New Electric Chamber Music Ensemble. Yin-Yang, Dutch National TV, December 20, 1967. (Registration of studio performance.)

The Machines. Aanvallen van Uitersten, VPRO (Dutch National Television), 1983. Live broadcast from Carré, Amsterdam, presented by Moniek Toebosch. VPRO (Dutch National Radio), 1983. Live concert from 't Hoogt, Utrecht.

The Machines. VPRO (Dutch National Radio), 1989. Live concert from Anti Qua Musica (Haags Gemeentemuseum), presented by Michael Fahres.

The Machines and Artificial.Mac. Het Klokhuis. January 12, 1995 and September 5, 1996. NPS, Nederland 3. (Children's program on Dutch National Television.)

Huge Harry & Arthur Elsenaar. "Towards a Digital Computer with a Human Face." Salto TV, Amsterdam. Video lecture, broadcast on November 6, 1995 and in July, 1999.

"Arthur & the Solenoids." X-Pact, Expocenter, Hengelo. October 29, 1999. Broadcast by SBS6 on Dutch National Television, November 1, 1999.

Circus Pavlov, "Body Language". NOB Studios, Hilversum (VARA). Performance by Arthur and the Solenoids. Hans Kesting interviews Arthur Elsenaar and Remko Scha. April 3, 2001. Fragments of this evening were broadcast on June 23, 2001 by VARA (Dutch National Television).

Film- and Video-recordings

Paul Paquay (RTBF Liège): Video registration of a concert by The Machines at the Palais des Congrès, Liège (Belgium), November 29, 1980.

Polygoon Journaal: Highlights from a concert by The Machines in Rijksmuseum Kröller-Müller, Otterlo, May 15, 1982. Shown in all movie-theaters in the Netherlands, June 1982.

"Huge Harry and the Institute of Artificial Art." Video documentary. 2000. Director: Luuk Bouwman.

For more exhaustive lists and more detailed information, consult the documentation about specific projects, accessible through the home page of the Institute of Artificial Art Amsterdam.