Man Made Woman: An Exploration Of Reproduction Technology

1989, 17:00 minutes, colour


A video that explores the controversial topic of reproductive technology. The tape includes appropriated imagery from television layered over an abstract textured image that constantly moves within its space. Text moves across the bottom of the screen like the running commentary of a news flash. The content of this report makes use of statistical information. Intercut within this material are interviews with women who share their personal feelings on the subject of reproduction.

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