Jubal Brown

2001, 03:00 minutes, colour, n/a


WAR is a rhythmic visual-music piece about the warlike nature of lifestyle commercialism. In this work, images of war and ballet are juxtaposed to raise issues with class and cultural refinement as a form of fascism. The piece plays on the interrelatedness of beauty, power, and danger.

WAR was made for a collaborative installation with Tasman Richardson and Robin Simpson.2

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