Video

volcano, Kincardine old boys and girls town reunion, Red Hot Fun

Curtis MacDonald

1998, 11:20 minutes, colour/B&W, English

TAPECODE 544.04

Volcano 1999 2:20
is a hypnotizing soothing piece that consists of abstracted moving forms that mutate into a very surprise ending. The video has a very "infrared camera" look to it. Some things are not what they always seem and a strange juxtaposition is created with the sixties love song soundtrack and the image at the ending of the video.

Kincardine old boys and girls town reunion 1999 6:30
Yee Haww, YeeHoo, Kincardine people can party it up yes, that they can do. This piece is an examination of the artist's hometown Kincardine, located on the shores of lovely Lake Huron.
Sounds kind of boring doesn't it. Well it's not. A huge party full of zany characters that have had a bit to much to drink as well as friendly neighbors and Scottish pipe Bands are all included in this sort of experimental, documentary style, little bite of small town weird culture that happens every ten years.

Red hot fun 1998 2:30
takes a glimpse at the energy and charismatic dancers in the Caribana parade that is held every
year in the City of Toronto. There is no dialogue in the piece except the music coming from the floats in the
Parade. The video is tinted red to exaggerate the energy of the music and dancers. The artist feels that this piece is an experimental approach to creating a documentary of this event.

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