White, Black, Red & Yellow



On this shared evening, four women video artists showed work including Shigeko Kubota's Riverrun, a “live colorized water fountain” with a “video water poem” accompanied by excerpts from James Joyce's Finnegans Wake; Mary Lucier's From Red Herring Journal: The Boston Strangler Was a Woman; Cecilia Sandoval's Telephone Song (Long Distance), and Charlotte Warren's From the Black Experience: Black Voices, described as “live filmstrip and recorded words.”



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