Results filed under: video installations

Plan

The following text is taken from Front Magazine, vol. IX, no. 1, p. 8, September/October 1997: Plan is a video-based installation that provides a surreptitious vantage-point for

 

Trans

Using sculptural and sound elements as well video projection, Trans takes the medieval city of Passau, Germany and Vancouver as the basis for its inquiry

 

Housesitting

In the video installation Housesitting, tension between the domestic and the wild appeared in the guise of house pets. The following text is taken from Front

 

Jaguar

A six channel video installation. A description of the work on the former Western Front website reads, “[b]ased on footage shot from a variety of

 

Invisible Crowds

The following text is taken from Front Magazine, vol. VII, no. 3, p. 12, January/February 1996: Over the past years Hayley Newman has produced a series of

 

Henry Tsang: Residency

The following text is taken from Front Magazine, vol. VII, no. 1, p. 6, September/October 1995: Once upon a time, in 1990, the Western Front Lux was

 

Electronic Eve

The Electronic Eve juxtaposed photographic and video images to create a portrait of the Electronic Eve. Photographic panels depicted images of a segmented female body,

 

Zainub Verjee: Residency

The following text is taken from Front Magazine, vol. VI, no. 2, p. 15, November/December 1994: Zainub is producing a video installation which will consist of four

 

Murmur

Artist in residence. Murmur is a two-channel installation, commissioned by the IKON Gallery in Birmingham, England for the exhibition Beyond Distinction. Murmur was shot largely

 

Mary-Lou

Special production. Shot primarily in Japan in 1988, the artist wondered how it was that a culture could be so pure and unified in its