Interviewed by Liza Béar in December, 1971 and edited by Winsor and Béar.
A dialogue with Liza Béar that took place on Sept. 17 at 93 Grand Street, NYC.
Telephone interview that took place on May 28, 1976 between Liza Béar, Willoughby Sharp, and Mary Sue Ader.
Taped conversation with Liza Béar that took place in Fitzgibbon’s studio at 5 Bleecker Street, NYC on Apr. 22, 1976.
Interview with Bruce Nauman which took place on May 7, 1970 at Nauman’s studio at San Jose State College.
Willoughby Sharp and Liza Béar interview some of the founders of the Canadian art center Western Front.
Interview with Chris Burden includes photos and descriptions of several works.
Chris Burden interview by Liza Bear.
Buren discusses censorship and art.
Dialogue with Liza Bear.
Discussions with Liza Béar and Willoughby Sharp June-August, 1971 at 74 Grand Street.
Interview by Liza Béar on Oct. 30, 1973 at 93 Grand Street.
Discussion between Vito Acconci and Liza Béar.
Matta-Clark discusses how he came to his practice of working with buildings and his specific building cutting project at the Humphrey Street building, New Jersey.
Carl Andre interview with Avalanche. Includes photos and discussions of several works.
Interview by Liza Béar in NYC on Apr. 26, 1974.
A dialogue with Liza Béar that took place on Feb. 6 at Shapiro’s studio, 54 Leonard Street, 93 Grand Street, and a foundry in Greenpoint, Brooklyn.
Advertisement for Joseph Beuys Drawings 1947-1972 Videotape interview with Willoughby Sharp.
Interview with Keith Sonnier by Liza Béar at Cafe K-K, NYC on February 18.
Interview by Willoughby Sharp, May 15, 1971. Edited in collaboration with the artist by Liza Bear. Photos by Pieter Boersma.
Interviewed by by Liza Béar.
Monk discusses her background in music and performance and speaks in detail about several works.
Interview done by Willoughby Sharp and Liza Béar. Includes descriptions of several performances.
Liza Béar interviews Richard Serra and Robert Bell.
Béar and Myers discuss Myers’ video, installation, and performance work, as well as her use of writing in her art.
Interview with Jannis Kounellis includes an exhibition history and illustration of several works of art.
Discusses his Children’s Videotapes which were shown at the Everson Museum of Art.
Interview with Tina Girouard. Includes several photographs.
Interview between Vito Acconci and Liza Béar.
A dialogue between Sharp and his alter ego The Mighty Mogul, developed with Liza Bear.
Interview conducted by Liza Béar and Willoughby Sharp on Aug. 10, 1972 at 137 Greene Street.