Paul Wong

1980, 39:00 minutes, colour, English


An autobiographical script of four women - the S.S. Girls. This fast-paced tape portrays this volatile foursome as a difficult unit who confront contemporary issues and individual pressures. Optimism through sex, drugs and rock and roll. This tape utitlizes the look of real cinema vérité, employing a variety of techniques suited to the raw assault.

Commissioned by Music Gallery

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Critical Writing

Smash: Reflecting Sex: Video Clips 1976-2002
by Winston Xin. Art Star 3 Video Biennal, 2007. Ottawa: Galerie SAW Gallery, 2007.
FFWD, RWD, and PLAY: Performance Art, Video, and Reflections on...
by Tagny Duff. Caught in the Act: anthology of performance art by Canadian women, 2004. Toronto: YYZ, 2004.
Paul Wong Can't Be All Wrong: A Tonge in Cheek Review
by Lulu Keating. Parallelogramme, Dec. 1981, v. 7, no. 2.