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Early women artists' video art in Italy: an overview. (2016)
Journal Article
LEUZZI, L. 2016. Early women artists' video art in Italy: an overview. n.paradoxa [online], 38: polemics / contestations, pages 66-73. Available from: https://www.ktpress.co.uk/nparadoxa-volume-details.asp?volumeid=38

This article examines the role of Italian women artists in the setting up of video art initiatives in Italy. It begins by comparing it to the situation in the UK and the experience of Elaine Shemilt (see Felicity Sparrow's interview in n.paradoxa, vo... Read More about Early women artists' video art in Italy: an overview..

Embracing the ephemeral: lost and recovered video artworks by Elaine Shemilt from the 70s and 80s. (2016)
Journal Article
LEUZZI, L. 2016. Embracing the ephemeral: lost and recovered video artworks by Elaine Shemilt from the 70s and 80s. Arabeschi: rivista internazionale di studi su letteratura e visualità [online], 7, pages 86-98. Available from: http://www.arabeschi.it/embracing-the-ephemeral-lost-and-recovered-video-artworks-by-elaine-shemilt-from-70s-80s/

This article explores Elaine Shemilt's video artworks from the 1970s and early 1980s. Generally known as a printmaker, Shemilt started to use video in 1974 as part of her installation and performance work. Shemilt aimed to use video - a relatively ne... Read More about Embracing the ephemeral: lost and recovered video artworks by Elaine Shemilt from the 70s and 80s..

The leading thread: video, media, installation: a conversation with Federica Marangoni. (2016)
Journal Article
LEUZZI, L. and SHEMILT, E. 2016. The leading thread: video, media, installation: a conversation with Federica Marangoni. Media-N: journal of the New Media Caucus [online], 12(1): Mestizo technology: art, design and technoscience in Latin America, pages 128-131. Available from: http://median.newmediacaucus.org/mestizo-technology-art-design-and-technoscience-in-latin-america/the-leading-thread-video-media-installation-a-conversation-with-federica-marangoni/

Federica Marangoni is an important Italian media artist and designer based in Venice. She is a pioneer of video, performance and installation in Italy. Marangoni's exhibition "Il filo conduttore = The leading thread" (2015, held at Ca'Pesaro Internat... Read More about The leading thread: video, media, installation: a conversation with Federica Marangoni..

Interventions, productions and collaborations: the relationship between RAI and visual artists. (2015)
Journal Article
LEUZZI, L. 2015. Interventions, productions and collaborations: the relationship between RAI and visual artists. Journal of Italian cinema and media studies [online], 3(1-2), pages 155-170. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1386/jicms.3.1-2.155_1

On 17 May 1952, before RAI Radiotelevisione Italiana Studios began their regular broadcast from Milan, the Spatialist painter and sculptor Lucio Fontana broadcast his own experimental 'artwork' on Italian television, beginning a fruitful relationship... Read More about Interventions, productions and collaborations: the relationship between RAI and visual artists..

EWVA: European women's video art. [Website]
Digital Artefact
SHEMILT, E., PARTRIDGE, S., LEUZZI, L. and LOCKHART, A. 2015. EWVA: European women's video art. [Website]. Available from: http://www.ewva.ac.uk

This is the project website for "European Women's Video Art in the 70s and 80s (EWVA)". This project aims to recover and reassess the seminal contribution of women artists to early video art in Europe, and more generally to the development and evolut... Read More about EWVA: European women's video art. [Website].

REWINDItalia. [Website]
Digital Artefact
PARTRIDGE, S., NOTARO, A., CUBITT, S., LEUZZI, L. and LOCKHART, A. 2012. REWINDItalia. [Website]. Hosted on REWIND: artists' video [online]. Available from: https://rewind.ac.uk/rewind-italia/

This webpage provides a summary of the REWINDItalia project, which ran from 2011-2014. This was an AHRC funded research project, based at the Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design, University of Dundee. The research project aimed to retrace... Read More about REWINDItalia. [Website].