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My Rectum is Not a Grave (Notes to a Film Industry in Crisis)

Steve Reinke
Art Metropole
13.5 × 19 × 1.5 cm

Fifteen of video artist Steve Reinke’s single-channel works made between 1997 and 2006 are here assembled for the first time on a two-disc set produced by Art Metropole. Experience the work of an artist that has been called “so skilled and at ease with the video medium that he seems to have no fear or hesitation addressing just about any topic that human beings might get tangled in”.

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  1. My Rectum is Not a Grave

(Notes to a Film Industry in Crisis)

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