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141 Ranch

Description: Filmed in black and white and color, this amateur film presents in six chapters the daily routine of several young ranchers on Ranch 141: Southern Settings, Streams and Stones, Boys and Broncos, The Dangerous Debut of an Unbroken Cult, Color in the Corral, and Fragment of a Melodrama. The film shows these young men working cattle and horses on the ranch and also back at home with unidentified men and women. In "Fragment of a Melodrama" a man dressed up as a Native American and startles a rancher. The film concludes with young men riding their horses toward the camera. According to donor, Elizabeth Wally, 141 Ranch was located south of Interstate 10 between Kerville and Junction, near the town of Segovia. The ranch was located 141 miles from Austin.
Date: unknown
Creator: Stewart, Peter Pauls
Partner: UNT Media Library

[The Alan Hannush Collection, Video No. 4 - Television Interview]

Description: This episode of a public access television program features performance artist Alan Hannush being interviewed about his recent performance art piece, "Invasion," which involved Hannush interacting with visitors at the Kimbell Art Museum from within a 9-foot tall geodesic ball. Hannush discusses the lack of support for contemporary local artists in Dallas and Fort Worth art museums.
Date: 199u
Creator: Hannush, Alan
Partner: UNT Media Library

[The Alan Hannush Collection, Video No. 8 - Television Interview]

Description: This episode of a public access television program features performance artist Alan Hannush being interviewed about his recent performance art piece, "Invasion," which involved Hannush interacting with visitors at the Kimbell Art Museum from within a 9-foot tall geodesic ball. Hannush discusses the lack of support for contemporary local artists in Dallas and Fort Worth art museums.
Date: 199u
Creator: Hannush, Alan
Location Info:
Partner: UNT Media Library

[The Alan Hannush Collection, Video No. 11 - Unedited Footage For Invasion]

Description: This home video documents artist Alan Hannush in New York to perform his performance art piece, "Invasion," which involved interacting with museum patrons from within a 9-foot tall geodesic ball. This raw footage includes buildings and New York television news broadcasts shot from a hotel room, driving through New York City, and an airport. An extended portion of the videotape (at 62 min.) has no image.
Date: 199u
Creator: Hannush, Alan
Partner: UNT Media Library