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Ilene Segalove, Whatever Happened To MY Future?
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Repurposing an ancient confessional video diary made about 40 years ago, this 11-minute narrative creates a poignant and humorous conversation where both ‘selves’ question, enlighten, and warn one another about things in life that really matter...

 

Collection: New Releases, Single Titles

Tags: aging, found footage, humor, memory, self-reflexive video, time

Year of the Spawn, Matt Wolf
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Year of the Spawn is an archival collage inspired by the synonymous song by the “gay church folk” band The Hidden Cameras. Wolf interpreted the song as an anthem for doomed youth. Having recently finished the historical film...

 

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Tags: found footage, history, lgbtq, music video

Deep Weather
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Water and oil form the undercurrents of all narrations as they activate profound changes in the planetary ecology. After the oil peak, ever dirtier, remote and deeper layers of fossil resources are being accessed. Aerial recording of the...

 

Collection: New Releases, Single Titles

Tags: environment, nature, post-colonialism

Kendell Geers: An Interview
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In this 2014 interview, South African artist Kendell Geers (b. 1968) discusses the function of magic, myth, and memory in his work. Beginning at childhood, Geers charts the path he has taken in...

 

Collection: New Releases, On Art and Artists, Interviews, Single Titles

Tags: art history, conceptual art, language, magic, performance, post-colonialism, vdb interviews, visiting artists program

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