Pam Kray

Films from the Naive Period (1984-1992) DVD NTSC, color and b/w, 68 min

Genre: Experimental

Compilation of Pam Kray's super8 and 16mm films: THE GHOST SONATA, 1985, 16mm, 5 min. Loosely based on August Strindberg's play. Tale of house madness. Living together in the same house, driving each other mad. THE MILLION HEIRS, 1988, 16mm, 18 min. An original story of inheritance and legacy, with a page literally taken out of Marguerite Duras' story The French Lieutenant's Woman. PENIS PUPPETS, 1987, s-8, 11 min. Handprocessed by Paul Bishow. Started out as a heterosexual love story acted out by penises. Definitely became something else. Story(?) by Bill Kamins. PISS MISSION, 1990, s-8, 9 min. Poetry of piss. An examination of urination as a cultural and poetic phenomenon. CONSENTING CHILDREN, 1992, s-8, 25 min. Another moving image tribute to personal autonomy. What do we as children of this planet consent to? And what are we told we have to participate in? Virtually without words.

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