Monthly Archive for: ‘June, 2014’

Piano

Souvenir 10.12

10.12 Where the Buffalo Roam, 2007. Screen image from the video’s opening sequence: a performance of John Cage’s Perilous Night (for Prepared Piano). Return to Souvenir #10

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Dad

Souvenir 10.11

10.11 August 11, 2007. The image of a comet from the Yahoo News page the evening that the artist’s father died. Return to Souvenir #10

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BuffaloHunt

Souvenir 10.10

10.10 Where the Buffalo Roam, 2007. Screen image from an ABC television news segment about the legal killing of American buffalo in Wyoming. Return to Souvenir #10

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Actupdiein1

Souvenir 10.9

10.9 Protesters, Where the Buffalo Roam, 2007. Screen image from the “Die-In” sequence with archival footage of the 1990 Market Street demonstration. Return to Souvenir #10

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Spitingroses

Souvenir 10.8

10.8 Where Loves Lies Bleeding, September: Video Blog, 2005. Return to Souvenir #10

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Touch

Souvenir 10.7

10.7 Touch, “Picturing AIDS: 1986-1996,” The Center, San Francisco, California, 2007. The image was used for the invitation to the “World AIDS Day” event that was held in conjunction with the exhibition. Return to Souvenir #10

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Actupboy

Souvenir 10.6

10.6 Act-Up Boy, “Picturing AIDS: 1986-1996,” The Center, San Francisco, California, 2007. This image of an Act-Up demonstrator was used on the exhibition’s announcement, and as part of the 1990 Market Street (San Francisco) demonstration sequence of Where the Buffalo Roam. Return to Souvenir #10

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Mourners

Souvenir 10.5

10.5 Marchers, Where the Buffalo Roam, 2007. Screen image from the final moments of the video. Return to Souvenir #10

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Rudy071

Souvenir 10.4

  10.4 Artist, September: Video Blog, 2005. One of 35 video diary entries published on the Internet during the Hurricane Katrina disaster in New Orleans. Return to Souvenir #10

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Aidswalkers

Souvenir 10.3

10.3 Marchers, Where the Buffalo Roam, 2007. Screen image from the final moments of the video where the movement slows to a heartbeat and then stops. Return to Souvenir #10

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