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Les LeVeque Videoworks: Volume 3
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In Les LeVeque Videoworks: Volume 3, Les LeVeque explores time and the way in which it can be manipulated to affect the communication of emotion. In the first video, pulse pharma phantasm, LeVeque collapses 9 different...

 

Collection: New Releases, Single Artist Compilations, Compilations

Tags: consumer culture, film or videomaking, found footage, gender, hollywood, image processing, media analysis, politics, television, videoworks, war

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First Ramon, and then Rufina moved to San Diego County in 1980, unable to raise their family as landless sharecroppers in Mexico. Though uneducated, they manage to work as a landscape contractor and housekeeper, respectively, buy a house, and...

 

Collection: New Releases, Single Titles

Tags: family, latino/chicano

Peggy Ahwesh 2007: An Interview
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In this interview, American filmmaker, teacher, and video artist Peggy Ahwesh (b.1954) delves into the key figures and primary texts...

 

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

Tags: city, experimental film, film or videomaking, found footage, gender, interview, mental landscape, philosophy, vdb interviews

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...

 

Collection: New Releases, Single Titles

Tags: found footage, history, lgbt, music video