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Bohuslav "Woody" Vasulka (born Bohuslav Vašulka (20 January 1937, Brno, Czechoslovakia – 20 December 2019, Santa Fe, USA) was one of the early pioneer video artist known for his solo work and collaboration with Steina Vasulka, his wife. The VASULKAs, as they are sometimes called, were experimenting since early 1960s with images, video tapes, computer graphics and Digital Video Effecter (DVE), a technique that was important for television programmes.
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