Double Agents: Video Art Addressing Aids
VIDEO re/VIEW: The (best) Source for Critical Writings on Canadian Artists' Video, 1996, pp. 248-255
Toronto: Art Metropole and Vtape, 1996
Greyson discusses the ways in which interaction between subjects and the use of video played an effective, widely varying role in communication at the Fifth International Conference on AIDS, on June 4th, 1989. in Montreal. He goes on to consider the contrasting nature of the work contributed to the conference's parallel cultural festival, SIDART, focusing on discussion of various AIDS-related work by Canadian artists, which opposes the biases, stereotypes, and "myth of the general public" often found in more propagandistic, profit-driven AIDS awareness video and film.
ITEM 1996.054 – available for viewing in the Research Centre
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