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Government Radiation and Other Cinematic Referendums

Film/Video

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Government Radiation and Other Cinematic Referendums
Wed, Oct 22, 2008 7 PM
Sift through the fallout of campaign season with this collection of artists' films and videos dealing with some of the key issues of modern American politics.

Homeland security, the collection and classification of private information, electioneering, and cable media news outlet are among the topics addressed. The artists involved include Bryan Boyce, Jacqueline Goss, Julia Meltzer & David Thorne (aka The Speculative Archive), and James June Schneider. (approx. 90 mins., video & 16mm)

The following films will be included in the program:
Degradation #1: X-Ray: Part 2, Government Radiation (James June Schneider, 2007) 3.5 mins.
Election Collectibles (Bryan Boyce, 2000) 4 mins.
It’s not my memory of it: three recollected documents (Julia Meltzer and David Thorne, 2003) 25 mins.
Stranger Comes to Town (Jacqueline Goss, 2007) 28 mins.
Right (Scott Stark, 2008) 13 mins.
Destiny Manifesto (Martha Colburn, 2006) 8 mins.
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