Jane Wright

1980, 24:00 minutes, B&W, English


This tape is an examination of 'found narrative' sequences of human activity in daily life. It is an experimental re-structuring of four situations and is intended to simulate reflection of how people behave. The tape is one result of a year of candid video documentation of natural movement, and contrasts self-conscious 'performing' for the camera with unselfconscious maneuvering.

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