Ronald Nameth has been utilising photography, film and video since the early 1960s to create works for both single-screen presentations and multiple-screen video installation environments. In 1966, Nameth became closely involved with perhaps the most high profile multi-media event of an extraordinarily creative decade, Andy Warhol’s Exploding Plastic Inevitable. His interview 'Filming Howl' features in Howl for Now.
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