Latino Crew

Alberto Gomez and Dot Tuer

1996, 30:00 minutes, colour, English


The video, Latino Crew, was produced as part of a video installation by Alberto Gomez that was first shown in the Oh Canada exhibition at the Art Gallery of Ontario in 1996. It explores how a group of young Latinos living in a public housing complex at Lawrence Avenue and the Allen Expressway in Toronto view their individual and collective identity in Canadian society. In the video, the Latino youths express their perspectives and feelings about the conditions that frame their lives, the difficulties they experience from society's identification of them as Latinos and immigrants, their response to the urban landscape in which they live, and why some of them have chosen gang culture to assert their sense of collective identity.

Rental and Sales

Single Screening Rental


Educational Purchase DVD (Bluray +$15)


5 Year Educational Streaming License, Digital File with DVD Circulation Copy


Gallery Exhibition and Installation, complete Media Request form for quote

Institutional Archival Acquisition, complete Media Request form for quote

Curators and programmers, please contact to receive a login and password to preview Vtape titles online.

Screening and exhibition rentals and archival acquisitions include public performance rights; educational purchases or licenses include rights for classroom screenings and library circulation. When placing an order the customer agrees to our general online terms and conditions. Payment (or a purchase order number) and a signed licensing agreement must be received before media can be shipped to the client.

Critical Writing

Then + Then Again: Talking with Clive Robertson about artist-run...
by Vera Frenkel. Fuse, July 2007, v. 30, no. 3.