Trinity series sign of where T.O.'s at
Now, Jan. 14, 1993, v. 12, no. 20, p. 39
This review of the annual Trinity Square Video screening. According to the article, some of the works screened here are seen as an annual index of what Toronto video is becoming.
Ironmind is an intimate view, addressing the ironic and self-reflexive nature of producing personal work. It examines a juxtaposition of a woman and her appliances out of context in a surreal, nightmarish environment. The context becomes lyrical and symbolic, and in so doing, liberates the woman and the household appliances from predictable constructs, and provokes alternate possibilities.
ITEM 1993.004 – available for viewing in the Research Centre
Videos, Artworks and Artists Cited
Ironmind – Vid Lake
Reform – Charlie Suk
Where Does Mess Come From? – Elizabeth Schroder
Got Away In The Dying Moments – Dennis Day and Ian Middleton
Voices of Positive Women – Darien Taylor and Michael Balser
Out Of The Blue – Richard Fung