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Reveille Dans La Brume (slides)
Cha, Theresa Hak Kyung
Date Created and/or Issued
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Berkeley Art Museum/Pacific Film Archive
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UC Berkeley, Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive
Art Collection Highlights - Theresa Hak Kyung Cha
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7 slides are text and are identical to some of the text/words "projected on the door" during Cha's performance "Reveille Dans La Brume." 2 slides are very light and hard to read. The text does not correspond with the words Cha projected during the performance. 1 slide is of Cha's family before their exile form Korea and arrival to the United States. The slide is identical to the image used in Cha's text work "Chronology" (see museum# 1992.4.48/49) and her artist book "Absence/Presence" (see museum# 1992.4.24).
The slides were discovered as a group in a tin slide case. They were unmarked. It is unclear whether or not the slides are in order. The slides were possibly rejects, never projected during Cha's performance "Reveille Dans La Brume."
"Reveille Dans La Brume" was performed at San Francisco Art Institute Annual, Fort Mason, San Francisco, CA. 1977; La Mamelle, San Francisco, CA. 1977. See museum# 1992.4.122-125/163/185-187/203-204/283-289/449/543
Documentation 2 black and white slides and 8 color slides. w1.5 x h1 inches
Cha Collection
Performance Art

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