1991 | 00:11:00 | United States | English | B&W | Mono | 4:3 | Pixelvision video

Collection: Single Titles

Tags: Animals, Death and Dying, Humor, Pixelvision, Television

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It’s the first day of autumn, and Gibbons can already smell death in the air. Leading us and his dog Woody on a walk through a cemetery, Gibbons voices his obsessive thoughts of death and destruction saying, “I want to be a leaf; I want to fall from a great height and crush whatever I land on.” Waxing weirdly philosophical, Gibbons satirically tries to impress the concept of mortality on his dog; the video, shot in Pixelvision, approximates his dog’s black-and-white vision.

This title is also available on Joe Gibbons Videoworks: Volume 1.

Exhibitions + Festivals

Chicago Underground Film Festival, 2011

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