Results filed under: single-channel video

As The Petals Fall

Artist-in-residence. Special production. A borderline psychodrama teetering towards daytime television. Dorothy Dean plays an hysterical alcoholic widow who is up against a deceptive nephew, a

 

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

 

C’est la Vidéo

Special production. Made in the wake of an international telecommunications event in which artists exchanged video, music and photocopy by telephone. The tape develops into

 

Unbashed Heroics

Artist-in-residence. Special production. World news is thrown into the shredder. Striking classical revolutionary poses before a moving tableau of disaster, the speakers become puppets manipulated

 

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

 

Fear of Blue

Artist-in-residence. Special production. A metaphoric text on the meaning of the colour blue is illustrated with images of sky and sea. The soundtrack includes original

 

Mandala ’82

Artist-in-residence. Special production. “This tape concerns the Mandala, which is a symbol of states of consciousness in esoteric Buddhism. All beings arise from the sands

 

Out of Control

Artist-in-residence. Special production. Due to the high volume of material in the Western Front Archive, information on this project is currently unavailable.

 

Edited Messages

Artist-in-residence. Special production. A tape about one’s confusion regarding the accuracy of the information we receive, either directly or indirectly, from an early age to

 

In Case We Meet

Artist-in-residence. Special production. Co-sponsored by A Space, Goethe Institute, Vancouver Art Gallery. This is unusual I know. Yet the same thing has happened the day

 

Mounted Propaganda

Artist-in-residence. Special production. Co-sponsored by Goethe Institute. “Through my strong appreciation of the feminist movement I find it necessary to try a new approach towards

 

Peachland

Artist-in-residence. Special production. A landscape of melodrama, hilarity and tragi-comic events, Peachland marks the final episode of the character Robin. Robin is en route to Vancouver