Lie of the Land
Armstrong, Keith M. (2006) Lie of the Land. [Creative Work]
A presentation of three video artworks at Nishi Ogikubo station, as part of the Alibabart event in the Nishi Ogi Machi Media Festival. Three Australian artists have come together through their common connections with the art community of Nishi Ogikubo. With the aim of communicating with a broad cross-section of the local community, their videos will be shown within the public space of the local train station. The collective title "Lines of Sight" was chosen to reflect the variety of view points framed within the video works to be shown. Keith Armstrong's video is concerned with issues regarding the colonization of Australia. For the period of one month, from April 29th, the three video artworks will be played continuously in a loop on the Lion TV monitor at Nishi Ogikubo Station between the times of 7am and 10pm, seven days a week. Viewing Point - Within Nishi Ogikubo Station. View from the top of the escalators on the Sobu Line platform.
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