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Events 2004

Exhibition | Main Hall

Cameron Jamie
Studies on three films: BB / Spook House / Kranky Klaus

Opening: October 13, 7 p.m.
introduction: Hildegund Amanshauser

Cameron Jamie‘s work - a blend of video, sound, performance, photography, and drawing - deals with European and American history and culture, in particular their dysfunctional manifestations. Jamie‘s sharp critical gaze often focuses on ritualistic practices in popular culture and its impact on everyday life and the psyche. His intricate work has its background in the artist‘s own folklore and mythologies. Using American suburban culture as a case study, he analyzes how the structures of mythology are shaped and shared and the extent to which they participate in the creation of individuals‘ fictional worlds and fictional selves. Cameron Jamie was designing a specific installation for the Salzburger Künstlerhaus.

Cameron Jamie: Kranky Klaus, 2003, video stills

Cameron Jamie: Kranky Klaus, 2003, video stills
Photo: Cameron Jamie

Cameron Jamie: Kranky Klaus, 2003, video stills