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Dalhousie University Archives Centre for Art Tapes tape collection Art--Exhibitions
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Survival : Still the issue

Items consist of a video recording by Melodie Calvert, Caroline Murray-Crick and Nancy David. This video work was a part of the 1986 video exhibition, "Life Like It", which featured Halifax-based video artists and traveled nationally. "Survival: Still the Issue" deals with the subject of women's survival in the Halifax region because of the high price and scarcity of shelter, health and employment.

Calvert, Melodie, 1961-

Wallace + Theresa

Item consists of a video recording by Jan Peacock. This video work was a part of the 1986 video exhibition, "Life Like It", which featured Halifax-based video artists and travelled nationally.

Peacock, Jan (1955- )

Life like it : [exhibition video compilation]

Item consists of two separate video recordings for the video exhibition "Like Life It": Some Hfx. Video and Catie. These video works were created by Dean Brousseau and were a part of the 1986 video exhibition, "Life Like It", which featured Halifax-based video artists and traveled nationally.

Brousseau, Dean

Exclusive memory 5-8-16

Item consists of a video recording that is based on excerpts of a six hour monologue by Sherman with a computer-based video sensing robot, created by the artist for an exhibition.

Sherman, Tom, 1947-

Exclusive memory 7-11-12

Item consists of a video by Tom Sherman. Originally conceived of as an installation, “Exclusive Memory” is based on excerpts of a 6 hour monologue by Sherman to a machine, a computer-based video sensing robot, created by the artist.

Sherman, Tom, 1947-

Exclusive memory : Sleeping robot variations

Item consists of a silent video by Tom Sherman. Originally conceived of as an installation, “Exclusive Memory” is based on excerpts of a 6 hour monologue by Sherman to a machine, a computer-based video sensing robot, created by the artist.

Sherman, Tom, 1947-

Exclusive memory 4-9-19

Item consists of a video by Tom Sherman. Originally conceived of as an installation, “Exclusive Memory” is based on excerpts of a 6 hour monologue by Sherman to a machine, a computer-based video sensing robot, created by the artist.

Sherman, Tom, 1947-

I/O documentation

Item is a compact disc (CD-ROM) of exhibition material between CFAT and Eyelevel Gallery from October 16, 2010 - November 27, 2010; CFAT Electronics Residents 2009-2009, 2009-2010.