1975, 10:57, B&W, 1/2" Tape, Portapak.
The fourth of the series, Portraits of Women.
1976, 14:23, Color, 2" Format.
First of four color works in the series Magritte Quartet. Produced at WGBH, Boston, with funding by Barron‘s second Rockefeller Artists in Television grant.
1978, 11:30, B&W, 1/2" Tape, Portapak.
A woman struggles at ocean‘s edge. Included in WGBH, Boston‘s Frames of Reference, a 1979 documentary of Barron‘s early video work.
1979, 11:28, Color, 1/2" Tape, Portapak.
Both Janine and Shell Game utilized Barron‘s miniature theater sets. Produced at WGBH, Boston, New Television Workshop.
1979, 29:15, Color, 3/4" Tape.
Events on a Russian cruise ship. One of the longest of Barron‘s videos, and one of her most intriguing. Produced at MIT, with funding support from The Rockefeller Foundation.
1981, 15:04, B&W, 1/2" Tape, Portapak.
A comic satire of "life."
1981, 29:13, Color, 1" Tape.
A trilogy of disparate events. Funded by Massachusetts Artist‘s Foundation Fellowship in Video. Produced by Cambridge Television [Chao/Navarre].
1983, 19:18, Color, 1" Tape.
Magritte meets Warhol superstar, Viva. The second work in the Magritte Quartet. Funded by Mass. Council on Arts and Humanities Video Grant. Collection of Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY.
1986, 21:00, Color, 1" Tape.
A scenario exploring "time" and "desire." The third in the Magritte Quartet series. Produced by Cambridge Television [Chao/Navarre].
1998, 10:47, Color & B&W, Sony Digital Format.
A male counterpart to Barron‘s earlier Portraits of Women. Produced by Ron Wallace.
2002, 30:00, Color & B&W, Sony Digital Format.
A documentary tribute to her husband and collaborator, Harris Barron. Produced by Ron Wallace.
2007, 15:00, Color & B&W, Digital Format.
The artist and philosopher discuss their views. The fourth and final work of the Magritte Quartet. Produced by Ron Wallace.