2010, 05:30 minutes, colour, English
Billed as “Documentation of sculptures created by Brad Tinmouth in early 2010”, Video Sculptures pokes fun at the generally dry business of recording and later re-presenting art. With a lack of skill or finances to produce well-crafted physical objects, Tinmouth uses digital video to place falsified sculptures in real environments. Stretching the truth, be it subtle or explicit, he leaves a video document of his work exploring the intersection of the virtual and the real.
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