Prospect Place

Joyan Saunders

1984, 29:00 minutes, colour, English


Prospect Place is a disjunctive, anti-climactic narrative. The tape describes the context of a certain young woman, (Southern California, beaches, malls, and freeways) while it reveals her ill-defined and sometimes frustrated desire to expand this realm of reference.

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Critical Writing

The Oxide Mandate: Queer Media in Halifax
by James MacSwain. Queer Looking/ Queer Acting, 1997. Mount St. Vincent: Mount St. Vincent University Press, 1997.
Joyan Saunders Interview
by Robin Metcalfe. Video Guide, Dec. 1988, v. 9, no. 45.