What Under The Sun?
1984, 60:00 minutes, colour, English
What Under The Sun? is a private view of Mexico and it's history up to the present, loosely based on Bernal Diaz's account of Cortez's Conquest of the Aztecs. The work was initiated by a desire to apply electronic stream of consciousness techniques, as utilized in previous works, to a more specific topic, in this case Mexican history. The work is composed of six chapters, each conveying some aspect of Mexico's history or its psyche.
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