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The Filliou Tapes

From Political to Poetical Economy

Robert Filliou

A video exhibition curated by Scott Watson, Sharla Sava and Hank Bull.

Four video productions by Robert Filliou are available in digital format on three, 1-hour videodiscs. Total running time: 172 minutes.

Disk 1Portafilliou
Producers: Robert Filliou, Clive Robertson and Marcella Bienvenue
Production: Arton’s Publishing, 1977, Calgary, AB
b/w, sound, 44 minutes.

Telepathic Music No. 7the Principle of Equivalence Carried to a Series of 5
With Robert Filliou
Camera, light, sound: Kate Craig
Production: Western Front, 1977, Vancouver, BC
colour, 16 minutes

Disk 2And So On, End So Soon. Done 3 Times with Robert Filliou
Camera, light, sound: Kate Craig
Production: Western Front, 1977, Vancouver, BC
colour, 30 minutes

Teaching and Learning as Performing Arts Part IIParts A to E, with Footnotes
With Robert Filliou, Glenn Lewis, Taki Blues Singer, Marianne Filliou, Marcelline Filliou, Roy Kiyooka
Production: Western Front, 1979, Vancouver, BC
colour, 30 minutes

Disk 3Teaching and Learning as Performing Arts Part IITravelling Light, It’s a Dance Really
With Robert Filliou, Glenn Lewis, Taki Blues Singer, Marianne Filliou, Marcelline Filliou, Roy Kiyooka
Production: Western Front, 1979, Vancouver, BC
colour, 15 minutes

Teaching and Learning as Performing Arts Part IIVideo Breakfasting Together, If You Wish
With Robert Filliou, Glenn Lewis, Taki Blues Singer, Marianne Filliou, Marcelline Filliou, Roy Kiyooka
Production: Western Front, 1979, Vancouver, BC
colour, 37 minutes

Cost: $4500.00 Canadian.

Includes 20 copies of the exhibition catalogue with essays, interviews, contributions by Scott Watson, Sharla Sava, Clive Robertson, Kate Craig, and Hank Bull. Public exhibition rights in perpetuity; No distribution rights.

For further information please contact: Jana Tyner at jana.tyner@ubc.ca,
tel: (604) 822-1389, or fax: (604) 822-6689