USCO was a media art collective in the 60s and 70s, founded by Michael Callahan and Gerd Stern, who also founded Intermedia Systems Corporation which produced multimedia art internationally. Influenced by media theorist Marshall McLuhan, they were using stroboscopes, projectors and audiotapes in their performances. Eventually they moved into an old church in Garnerville, Rockland County, NY. To underline the community character of the project, USCO used the phrase "We are all one". The abbreviation USCO stands for “The Company of Us". Among its members were the painter Stephen Durkee and the video artist Jud Yalkut Stewart Brand, although not a formal member of the group, held close relations to USCO.
- Jud Yakult works, like "Self-Portrait 2" and "Light Display: Color" can be found in The Experimental Television Center Collection, see The repository of the Experimental Television Center Archives: Rose Goldsen Archive of New Media Art, Cornell University Library.
- "National Register of Historic Places listings for August 5, 2016". U.S. National Park Service. August 5, 2016. Retrieved August 9, 2016.
- Gerd Stern, "From Beat Scene Poet to Psychedelic Multimedia Artist in San Francisco and Beyond, 1948-1978," an oral history conducted in 1996 by Victoria Morris Byerly, Regional Oral History Office, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley, 2001. Retrieved on August 15, 2008.
- Douglas Davis, "Art and the Future: A History/Prophecy of the Collaboration Between Science, Technology and Art. New York." Praeger, 1973
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