Critical Writing Index

Geoffrey Pugen's Sahara Sahara, Auto-Destructive Art

by Fraser McCallum

Toronto: Vtape

Fraser McCallum analyses Geoffrey Pugen's Sahara Sahara in detail from the handheld camera movements, to its non-linear editing, to its costumes. He touches on activism as being the core of the film, and relates it to our contemporary political climate and protest movements.

ITEM 2012.149 – available for viewing in the Research Centre

Videos, Artworks and Artists Cited

Sahara SaharaGeoffrey Pugen

Ever Is Over AllPipilotti Rist

Philosophy for MilitantsAlain Bidou