USA | 55 min | Digital Projection | Dir. Tony Cokes
Described as a "post-conceptualist", Tony Cokes' work often reincorporates footage and other materials from news and pop culture to question the effect that contextual representation has on our perception of the world around us. In his words, he aims to use these materials "in ways that illuminate their constructedness, premises, and expectations, as well as their limits". This program collects three of Cokes' early video pieces, which helped cement him as a leading voice of social and political anger in video art.