Critical Writing Index

Who's Afraid of Film & Video in Scotland?: The Exhibition of single-screen Film & Video: Cafe Flicker, Museum Magogo, Canadian Fall

by Ann Vance

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

ShiftNikki Forrest

Stravaig-ErranceNikki Forrest

Window and Time PassesNelson Henricks

Le MouroirGhislain Gagnon

OperettaLaurel Woodcock

Mater Over MindRhonda Buckley

Jean and StephenMonique Moumblow

Mirror MirrorPaula Levine

Excuse of the RealSteve Reinke

RutYudi Sewraj

Stagger StoriesCathy Sisler