Gunilla Josephson

2002, 01:00 minutes, colour


A 1:00 silent , black/white video alluding to androgyny or refuting heterosexuality and the stereotypes it engenders.

Found footage and digital video technology is used to edit a perplexed face (Liv Ullman) caught between two archetypal images (Adam and Eve?) into one fast, frenzied, morphed image, that could be a Rorschack ink blot or an O’Keefe vagina flower.

Comedy or catastrophy? Heaven or hell?

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Critical Writing

Streams, Torrents, and Waves
by Nahed Mansour. South Asian Visual Arts Centre, 2013.
Stuart Marshall 1949-1993
by Lisa Steele. Xtra!, June 25, 1993, no. 226.
Shalom Gorewitz: Metaphoric Image Manipulator
by Victor Ancona. Videography, Nov. 1980, v. 5, no. 11.