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A Cat Born In An Oven (Peter Giles, Fran Dyson, 1986)
Scratching the surface. ... Read more

Dear Me (Cathy Vogan, 1986)
A sound poem that traces the rhythm of mediaphrenia and contrapuntal expressionism within a tight harmonic and temporal framework. A tribute to television: garbage with a lot of thought put into it. … Read more

Double Trouble (Peter Callas, 1986)
A tape which uses a two frame animation technique developed on the Fairlight CVI. This technique emphasises body movement as a 'decoder' of culture. ... Read more

Fragments 1, 2, 3 (Tim Grutchy, 1987)
A selection of three treated episodes from the Fine Fragments performance. ... Read more

I Need You (John Gillies, 1986)
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Karkador (Peter Callas, 1986)
Computer-generated images trace the words of a song by the Japanese pop group 'P-Model'. The words are about a man peering into a mirror and experiencing deja-vu. ... Read more

Relentless Pursuit of Terror (Peter Giles, Jenny Crone, 1986)
Hostages, Beirut, hijacking. Broadcast representations on trial, for the use of international terrorism. ... Read more

Sharks Can Smell Blood (Bronwyn Coupe, James Hughes, 1986)
A lyrical drama about a girl's obsession with living underwater. ... Read more

The Aesthetics of Disappearance (Peter Callas, 1986)
A tape which traces the history of 'seeing' in a theatrical context from theatre, through cinema, to television. ... Read more

The Dolls (Cathy Vogan, 1987)
This tape includes an excerpt from my video play There's a Television In My Bath for three six foot Russian dolls and a person. Their faces were the TV images you see; their dialogue pre-recorded on … Read more

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