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Fig Trees: John Greyson and David Wall

John Greyson and David Wall
Oakville Galleries
Artists' Books
14.5 × 12.5 × 3.5 cm
201 pp
CD, Activism, Film/Video, LGBTQ2S+

Filmmaker John Greyson and composer David Wall created an entirely new series of video installations, with Greyson providing the visuals and Wall the music. Their subject is AIDS and South Africa, the central figure a Black South African AIDS activist who refuses treatment until treatment is available for all. Complete libretto, an essay and a CD of the music.

Introduction by Francine Périnet. Texts by Marnie Fleming, David Wall, Bongani Ndodana, and John Greyson.

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