Results filed under: culture-related concepts

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

 

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

 

Mz. Frankenstein

Artist in residence. A video production adapted from Mars’ Ms. Frankenstein performance. It takes the form of an imagistic narrative presented in the classic “infomercial” style.

 

Excerpts from a Diary

Photo-based prints examining the relationship between the artist’s life in Canada and her parents life in China. An artist’s book accompanied the exhibition.

 

The Bardo Gap

The following text is taken from Front Magazine, vol. VI, no. 1, p. 24, September/October 1994: Margaret Dragu harvests Video, Dance, Music & Sound from her esoteric

 

The Edge of the World

Material taken from early Canadian history – contemporary speculations about life on other planets and common experiences in the cultural community, arguing that our culture’s