Andy Warhol’s early experiments with video

In 1963, Andy Warhol obtains his first film camera. In 1965, Tape Recording magazine invites Warhol to experiment with some of the first video cameras available on the US market: a Norelco slant-track video recorder, a remote-control television camera with a zoom lens, and a Concord MTC 11 handheld video camera with a zoom lens. With this equipment, he makes two thirty-minute tapes of Edie Sedgwick. He incorporates the tapes of Sedgwick into Outer and Inner Space (1965), his first double-projection film.