Brenda Goldstein and Alissa Firth-Eagland

2007, 13:23 minutes, colour, English


spin is an experimental single channel video work by Toronto-based artists Alissa Firth-Eagland and Brenda Goldstein using performative strategies and references from mythology to build a meta-narrative that unravels the elements of storytelling.

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Critical Writing

'Spin': Video of TV's Unguarded Moments: Going for a 'Spin' Behind...
by Howard Rosenberg. Los Angeles Times, Feb. 24 Winter, 1995.
by Annia Ciezadlo. Alt/Alternative Press, Feb. 1995.