Lux: A Decade of Film and Video, 2000, pp. 272-279
Toronto: YYZ and Pleasure Dome, 2000
This article discusses collaborative work: The Blood Records: written and annotated, by Kim Tomczak and Lisa Steele. The video explores the history of an epidemic and the paralleling histories of family, through the use of found and real footage. The video is classically structured with prologue and three acts, retelling the stories of their mothers who both suffered and survived Tuberculosis.
ITEM 2000.129 – available for viewing in the Research Centre
Videos, Artworks and Artists Cited
The Blood Records: written and annotated – Kim Tomczak
The Blood Records: written and annotated – Lisa Steele