Two Dialogues

Elyakim (Peter) Taussig

1983, 10:20 minutes, colour, English


A conversation at an elegant dinner table between a wealthy looking man and his reflected image in a mirror. The man is a bigot, his reflected image is horrified at his views.
The entire scene is viewed on a TV screen by a third version of the same man, bored rough looking, drinking beer.
"It's a hermetic world - me watching myself, watching myself, etc., watching all my internal contradictions go by." -E.T.

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