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Passages Paysages
Cha, Theresa Hak Kyung
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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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A typewritten text by Cha describing "Passages Paysages" a three channel video installation.
The photocopy is a reproduction of the typewritten text.
"Passages Paysages" Passages Landscape is a three channel video piece which is composed entirely of dissolves and fades of still images and narrations. The images are absent of the object, they are sequences of implied events for what is present to the viewer is only the remnant, the memory. The point of view is from a delayed time and space, either in the past of the future, there is a sense of lost time and space, and the desire to retrieve it, to know again. "Passages Paysages" attempts to examine the nature of language, reduction and breaking down its structure, experimenting with three languages in their written for and spoken form explores further different possibilities for meaning and relationships.
Documentation Typewritten text on paper. 1 pages. Photocopy. (3 copies) w8.5 x h11 inches

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