Past Exhibitions
2001 Colours Andy Never Thought Of
11.1.16 – 11.30.16

Fleckenstein Video Gallery

George Barber, b. Guyana, English, 2015, 5:43 min.

2001 Colours Andy Never Thought Of transforms Warhol’s infamous screen prints of Marilyn Monroe through a process of color manipulation. The viewer witnesses a flurry of changing tones, colors, and shades that pulse alongside entrancing music. George Barber was a leading figure in the Scratch Video phenomenon of the 1980s, which exploited newly available video-editing technologies and their potential for rhythmic-editing and moving-image collage.

2001 Colours Andy Never Thought Of

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Images copyright of the artists, courtesy of Video Data Bank, www.vbd.org
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