Joel Gold is a filmmaker who emerged during the rise of independent video in the 1970s. Gold was a part of Video Repetorie, a collective of artists, filmmakers, cinematographers, and directors that included artists such as Bill and Esti Marpet and Maxi Cohen. His work with Video Repetorie was shown at MoMA during the ‘70s and ‘80s as part of their PROJECTS: VIDEO series. Gold also collaborated with members of countercultural collective Videofreex, producing video content for Woodstock Access Television in the 1980s. Gold first screened his work at The Kitchen in 1979 through the Videotapes from FIVF series; his Video Repetorie colleague, Maxi Cohen, co-curated the series.