Limits of Vision, The - Part One - Still Life

by Barnard, Clio

Video 1988

Duration
12
Screens
1
Funder
self funded

Constructed as a monogolue, The Limits of Vision is a humorous analysis of the banality of housework and a critique of the values and codes of the fine art world. Unravelling the train of thoughts of the female narrator, the tape dicusses the merits of housework (‘The pressure from the flesh of an apple against its own skin is of staggering proportions’) and also the world of the artist and ‘his’ vision, wit and deadpan earnestness.

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