Deirdre Logue

1998, 02:00 minutes, colour, no language


This work is a study in understanding the entanglements of gender. Described as invading, difficult and repetitious, the artist struggles to break away from its confines.

Scratch is part of Enlightened Nonsense is a series of 10 thematically related film works that were each shot, hand-processed and edited within a total of approximately one week.

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Critical Writing

Barns, Brits, and Birthrights: Philip Hoffman's All Fall Down:...
by Scott Mackenzie. POV, Winter 2009, no. 76.
Logue's work heady stuff: Philip Hoffman's All Fall Down:...
by Jack Anderson. Leader Post, Oct. 25, 2001.
An Interview with Robert Huot: Philip Hoffman's All Fall Down:...
by Scott Macdonald. Afterimage, Feb. 1980, v. 7, no. 7.