University of Colorado, Boulder
James Rouvelle is an interdisciplinary artist who uses visual art, music, and sound. His work is experimental, using electronics, mechanics, computers, and robotics
State Library of Western Australia
Short preview of skadada performance of Jaques Tati's Jug, which incorporates a hopscotch performance on a pressure sensitive musical checkerboard floor
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
"Dread Scott makes revolutionary art to propel history forward. He first received national attention in 1989 when his art became the center of controversy over its use of the American flag. President G.H.W. Bush declared his artwork What is the Proper Way to Display a U.S. Flag? 'disgraceful' and the entire US Senate denounced this work when they passed legislation to 'protect the flag.' To oppose this law and other efforts which would effectively make patriotism compulsory, he, along with three other protesters, burned flags on the steps of the US Capitol. This resulted in a Supreme Court case and a landmark First Amendment decision. ... Dread works in a range of media including installation, photography, screen printing, video, performance and painting. His works can be hard-edged and poignant ... The breadth of media he explores is unified by the themes he addresses and how he handles them. His art illuminates the misery that this society creates for so many and it often encourages ... Read More
State Library of South Australia
Held at Ngapartji Cooperative Multimedia Centre, 13 September -13 October 1996; organised by the Museum of Contemporary Art (Sydney) and the Australian Film Commission; sponsored by the Australian Film Commission, Apple Computer Australia and three others
State Library of South Australia
Poster image by Lynne Sanderson
University of Colorado, Boulder
Fatma Charfi, a Tunisian artist now living in Switzerland, explains her life as an Arab woman in diaspora and answers questions about her art technique and themes. She has explored children's laughter and games, and the changing human condition. Her tiny creatures, named abroucs, illustrate resourcefulness and craftiness, and are often shown with war themes. Video techniques give them motion and they are incorporated into performance art
University of Denver - Penrose Library
Interview with Edith Altman, multi-media artist and Holocaust survivor, talks about her installation art entitled, "Reclaiming the symbol". The video explores Altman's work regarding the swastika as a symbol used in many societies as a positive symbol. The premise attempts to deconstruct the evil associated with the swastika as used in WWII
State Library of South Australia
14 March 2003, Nexus Cabaret, Lion Arts Centre, Nexus Multicultural Arts Centre


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