Who's Afraid of Film & Video in Scotland?: The Exhibition of single-screen Film & Video: Cafe Flicker, Museum Magogo, Canadian Fall
Variant, Summer 1999, v. 2, no. 8, pp. 12-14
This article details three events hosting single-screen Film and Video works.
Ann Vance begins with Cafe Flicker, a nonpublicly funded organization for screening independent Glaswegian films and videos. Collaborators: Shazz Kerr, Martha McCulloch, Paul Cameron, Jim Rusk, Russell Henderson, Iain Piercey, John Fairbarin, Abigail Hopkins, Inigo Garrido.
Next she deflates Museum Magogo's lack of curatorial cohesion . Curators: John Beagles and Graham Ramsay.
Lastly she discusses the exchange between Scottish and Canadian film and video artists in Canadian Fall. Coordinated by Paula Larkin
ITEM 1999.028 – available for viewing in the Research Centre
Videos, Artworks and Artists Cited
Shift – Nikki Forrest
Stravaig-Errance – Nikki Forrest
Window and Time Passes – Nelson Henricks
Le Mouroir – Ghislain Gagnon
Operetta – Laurel Woodcock
Mater Over Mind – Rhonda Buckley
Jean and Stephen – Monique Moumblow
Mirror Mirror – Paula Levine
Excuse of the Real – Steve Reinke
Rut – Yudi Sewraj
Stagger Stories – Cathy Sisler