Parade (split screen)

Libby Hague

2000, 06:25 minutes, colour/B&W, English


Two channel looped video Installation
Parade is a masked procession which begins playfully but slides out of control. Without spoken dialogue, the videos rely on a dense visual texture to shift from play to violence. Watercolor figures are collaged on video footage of actual parades, mingling the sentimental with the destructive. Since both screens are on loops of different lengths, actors and audience have separate domains which converge and interact at unpredictable times, posing questions about the complicity of onlookers.

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