Results filed under: Residency

Kate Craig: Residency

The following text is taken from Front Magazine, vol. IX, no. 2, p. 7, November/December 1997: Kate Craig is one of Vancouver’s most prominent video artists. Founder

 

Potatoes

Artist-in-residence. Special production. The fragmentation of the video screen by the macro process is carried into language. Nouns are taken out of context and the

 

Basic Motel, The Pop Tape

Artist-in-residence. Special production. My videotapes are about being surrounded. Surrounded by people whom I can’t really explain or rationalize the existence of. Surrounded by parades

 

Soap and Water

Artist-in-residence. Special production. “What to say about a work which grew from so many chance occurrences and coincidences at every stage. Looking back, now in

 

Bruja

Artist-in-residence. Special production. Sand. Earth. A goddess floats in the jungle. From the breathing soil a hand beckons and we are drawn through the arcades

 

Cause for Suspicion

Artist-in-residence. Special production. The tape is an expression of the artist’s personal attitude towards the history of film and television, the premise being that too

 

Shama Khanna

Shama Khanna is a London, UK based curator and writer. At Western Front Khanna will continue to develop Flatness, an ongoing research project engaging with