Teleculture the Teleculture
Willoughby Sharp visited SAW Gallery in 1983. This flamboyant New Yorker was a denizen of Andy Warhol’s Factory scene before becoming a prophet of telecommunications and satellite technology. He was interviewed by David Peat for CBCTelevision. Producer Joan Woodward provided the footage to Chris. This is an early example of an experiment with repetition, rescanning and looping of video. The intent was to produce a video structure that worked like music. Interesting to fans of analogue effects.
Chris Mullington

Chris’ producing, directing and editing work is internationally recognised and his videos are feaured worldwide in galleries, festivals and on television.His groundbreaking broadcast design work for the Emmy nominated THIS HOUR HS 22 MINUTES set new benchmarks for comedy in a country famous for great comic television. He has won numerous Canadian and international awards for his work including a Gemini for CBC’s THE HEALTH SHOWa Gemini nomination for his documentary writing inBEYOND BELIEF for CBC’s MAN ALIVE, as well as Best Picture Editing at HOT DOCS for the same show.Chris began his career as a video artist and continues to contribute to the art. His work is in the collections of The National Gallery of Canada, The Canada Council Art Bank, The Museum of Modern Art in New York and the Museum of Radio and Television, also in New York.Expo 2000 in Hanover, Germany and Founder’s Hall, in Charlottetown, P.E.I., showcased his foray into video exhibit installation.Chris’ work in creative social commentary can be seen on CBC News: Sunday and This Hour Has 22 Minutes.
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Ottawa, ON
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Video Art

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