Flaming Creatures : New Tendencies in Canadian Video

Kibbins, Gary. Flaming Creatures : New Tendencies in Canadian Video. Kingston, Ont.: Agnes Etherington Art Centre, 1997.

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Abstract (English)

Kibbins suggests that the aesthetic and political importance of video art is a result of its heterogeneity. Issues of identity, gender and sexuality are discussed in relation to humour, propaganda, criticality, poetics and cynicism. 12 bibl. ref.

Types: Programmes
All Contributors: Kibbins, Gary (Curator); Kibbins, Gary (Author); Allen, Jan (Prefacer)
Dossier: 351 - AGNES ETHERINGTON ART CENTRE (Kingston)
Collation: 12 p. : 19 ill. ; 27 x 18 cm
ISBN: 0889117489
Language of Publication: English
Publishers: Kingston, Ont.: Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Artists: Saunders, Joyan; Seckinger, Beverly; Johnson, Leon; Young, Susan; Reinke, Steve; Sewraj, Yudi; Terrill, Susan; Calvert, Melodie; Makuch, Bonita; Thorne, Kika; Sisler, Cathy; Oliveros, Marlin; Gottlieb, Amy; Henricks, Nelson; Peacock, Jan; Clark, David; Campbell, Colin
Critics / Curators / Historians: Kibbins, Gary
Art Organizations: Agnes Etherington Art Centre (Kingston)
Event Statement: Dates : 1 Oct. - 5 Nov. 1997, Agnes Etherington Art Centre, (Kingston).
Keywords: VIDEO; HUMOUR; POLITICAL ART; IDENTITY; CRITICALITY; PROPAGANDA; CYNICISM; AESTHETICS; SMITH, GARY
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Date Deposited: 13 Feb 1998
Last Modified: 25 Oct 2012 13:56
URI: http://e-artexte.ca/id/eprint/11859
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