Kanehsatake: 270 Years of Resistance (1993). Directed by Alanis Obomsawin. Produced by Wolf Koenig and Alanis Obomsawin. 'Across the razor wire,' photo credit: Shaney Komulainen © 1990 Shaney Komulainen.
To move between: Alanis Obomsawin
Layne Waerea responds to To move between: Healing and Resistance, an exhibition of work by Abenaki Nation filmmaker, Alanis Obomsawin, presented at Artspace Aotearoa.
From a 1996 episode of settler colonial Satanic Panic, this 2021 film asks: "how artists (and) their subjects begin to create communities of truths?"
A 2018 Melbourne Art Fair commission which hosted text messages from 501 detainees, interrupting a sleek, 3D rendering of an historical event.
An exploration of the 1972 Black Sabbath performance in rural Aotearoa, and the legacies of the land, people and practices of care that remain.
My Left is Your Right is a series of performances that began with the gifting of buttons to members of the public.
It gets weird out there
Mark Amery considers the role of moving image in giving voice in the work of artist Cushla Donaldson, with a focus on the 2021 film, Neighbourhood of Truth.
Otherwise Worlding is 66-page e-book on artists’ animation featuring essays, conversations, and a playthrough of an interactive game.
A conversation between artist Tanu Gago and filmmaker Raqi Syed on the occasion of Gago's participation in the exhibition Otherwise-image-worlds (2022).
Erin Robideaux Gleeson will be CIRCUIT’s Curator-at-large for 2024