Black Box Focus: Joyce Wieland
Combining ironic and irreverent humour with formal inventiveness, the films of multimedia artist Joyce Wieland interrogate a range of sociopolitical themes, from Canadian nationalism and political protest to female sexuality and the domestic sphere. We present a special selection of short films from the 1960s that observe the world with a sharp intellect and visual sensitivity. Co-curated with and introduced by Genne Speers (Canadian Filmmakers Distribution Centre).
Handtinting by Joyce Wieland/Canada/1967/6 mins
Barbara's Blindness by Joyce Wieland, Betty Ferguson/Canada/1965/16 mins
Rat Life and Diet in North America by Joyce Wieland/Canada/1968/16 mins
Solidarity by Joyce Wieland/Canada/1973/11 mins
Patriotism 1 by Joyce Wieland/Canada/1964/4 mins
Water Sark by Joyce Wieland/Canada/1965/14 mins
Cat Food by Joyce Wieland/Canada/1967/14 mins
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