Survival of the Delirious
1988, 15:00 minutes, colour, English
A collaboration between a video artist and an artist who works primarily in painting and drawing. This collaboration has produced a mix of narratives which receates the delirium of the AIDS epidemic. The Cree myth of a cannibalistic demon (Windigo) becomes a macabre metaphor for the virus and its psychological affects.
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