Together with Ursula Wevers, Gerry Schum opens a video gallery in Düsseldorf. Up until 1973, they produce and distribute video editions of works by artists from the international avant-garde. The gallery closes in 1973. Undated newsletter put out by the gallery: So far the gallery has transferred films by Beuys, Nauman, Roehr, and Serra into the video system. These tapes are also available in the original film version. Further conversions of films are planned. Some films, for example by Buren, Darboven, Nauman, Rinke, made by the artists without the intention of being converted into the video system, can be screened in the gallery using 16mm, Super 8, and 8mm projectors.