KQED Arts explores the vibrant video art movement that emerged in San Francisco in the 1970s in this fascinating mini documentary. The movement was spearheaded by a loose community of San Francisco artists and collectives who produced counterculture video art and media-jamming performance art with the first generation of portable video cameras. A quintessential event from the era was Media Burn, a publicity stunt/performance art piece by the Ant Farm art group. In the event, which took place on July 4, 1975 at the Cow Palace, a Cadillac was driven into a pyramid of flaming TVs in front of the perplexed Bay Area news media. The Ant Farm also created the iconic Cadillac Ranch installation in Amarillo, Texas.