Possibly In Michigan

Cecelia Condit

1983, 12:00 minutes, colour, English


In Possibly In Michigan, an operatic fairy tale, Condit uses humour to discuss the underside of life. A cannibal, who appears disguised as Prince Charming, stalks a woman he meets in a shopping mall. But in the end, the roles are reversed.

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Critical Writing

Cecelia Condit
by Mary Lucier and Cecelia Condit.
Cecelia Condit
by Heidi Howard. The Brooklyn Rail, Oct 2008.
Video ask classic question
by Behrens Leigh. Womens News, June 5, 1988.
Social studies: Social Engagements: Women's Video in the '80s...
by Lorraine Kenny. Afterimage, May 1987, v. 14, no. 10.
"The heat is on!":conference notes on women's sexuality in art
by Varda Burstyn. Canadian Art, Spring 1986, v. 3, no. 3.
'Uncanny' Feminism: The Exquisite Corpses of Cecelia Condit
by Patricia Mellencamp. Afterimage, Sept. 1986, v. 14, no. 2.
Video As Personal Expression
by Jamirte Trott. Video Guide, 1986, v. 8, no. 1.
Possibly in Michigan
by Unknown. Spiral, Jan. 1985, no. 2.
by Helen DeMichiel. The Independent, Apr. 1985.
Speculations: Narrative Video by Women
by Helen deMichiel. The Independent, Apr. 1985, v. 8, no. 3.
Feminist Video: Reiterating the difference
by Marita Sturken. Afterimage, Apr. 1985, v. 12, no. 9.
An Interview with Julia Lesage
by Lorraine Kenny. Afterimage, Oct. 1985, v. 13, no. 3.
Revising Romance: New Feminist Video
by Marita Sturken. Art Journal, Fall 1985, v. 45, no. 3.
Love Stories
by Kathleen Hulser. American Film, Nov 1, 1985, v. 11, no. 2. New York: MediaBistro Inc., 1985.
Manhattan Shortcuts: Recent Acquisitions at the MOMA, New York
by Ann-Sargent Wooster. Afterimage, Nov. Winter 1984, v. 12, no. 4.
by Marita Sturken. Video 84, Sept. 1984.