It’s No Use Crying

David Askevold

1972, 03:30 minutes, B&W, English


The performer’s upside down frontal head fills the monitor, staring into the camera trying not to blink for the duration of a recording of Ray Charles’ “It’s No Use Crying”.

It's No Use Crying
was first made as a colour S8 3:30 min. (cartridge length) film during 1971 and in 1972 was made as a video with the Jack Wendler Gallery in London, England.

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