Tony Conrad

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Born: 03/07/1940 in Concord, New Hampshire, USA

Filmography

Production Management (5)

Infermental7 - Buffalo, NY Edition: De-Colonized Media 1987 (Movie)

production coordination (Production Coordinator)

Infermental7 - Buffalo, NY Edition: Epidemics 1987 (Movie)

production coordination (Production Coordinator)

Infermental7 - Buffalo, NY Edition: Image Dialects 1987 (Movie)

production coordination (Production Coordinator)

Infermental7 - Buffalo, NY Edition: Public Images 1987 (Movie)

production coordination (Production Coordinator)

Infermental7 - Buffalo, NY Edition: Sexuality or Gender 1987 (Movie)

production coordination (Production Coordinator)
Actor (2)

The Genius 1994 (Movie)

Dirk Dirkson (Actor)
Other (1)

Infermental7 - Buffalo, NY Edition: Public Images 1987 (Movie)

segment("Ipso Facto") (Other)

EDUCATION

Harvard University

Milestones

1976

Became a Professor of Media Studies at the University of Buffalo.

1973

Released the album Outside the Dream Syndicate in collaboration with Faust.

1966

Released his first film, The Flicker. 

Bonus Trivia

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Conrad was indirectly responsible for giving The Velvet Underground their name by leaving behind a copy of the book of the same name when John Cale and Lou Reed moved into his old apartment.

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Conrad's first experimental film, 1966's The Flicker, came with a warning that it could induce epileptic fits.

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After graduating from Harvard, Conrad spent a summer in Denmark working on what was allegedly the only computer in the country.

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