Baby Eyes

Elizabeth Vander Zaag

1983, 02:57 minutes, colour, English


The baby's perspective of "reality" is seen to be very unique. The computer lends itself well to describing an excessive solipsism. The baby's unique point of view is an observation of the pre and post natal experience, and it also parallels the solipsism of every individual.

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Critical Writing

Individuals: New Video From Canada
by Peggy Gale. Aspetti e Tendenze della Ricerca Video Canadese, 1989. Ferrara: Ferrara: Centro Video Arte, 1989.
Going Public - three evenings of videotapes by women
by Unknown. Going Public - three evenings of videotapes by women, 1984.
Through the Holes: Structuring a Passage for Meaning
by Pat Wilson. Fuse, July Summer 1984, v. 8, no. 1 & 2.
Canada (cont.)
by Unknown. Video 84, 1984.
Canada (cont.)
by Jane Wright and Jeremy Walsh. British/Canadian Video Exchange '84, 1984. London: Canada House Cultural Centre, 1984.
Going Public - Three Evenings of Videotapes by Women
by Lisa Steele. Toronto: N/A, 1984.