“Andy Dandy’s Silent Monologue in Antwerp” 1976
(Still FRame courtesy ICC /Muhka Antwerp)
“Andy Dandy’s Silent Monologue in Antwerp” Two camera -one- video mixer performance of Raul Marroquin during the International Video Encounter at the ICC (International Cultural Center in Amsterdam) Antwerp 1976 with Andres Davila as Andy Dandy
A. Davila faces one of the cameras while a Second one is ponted to a table with texts written in -comic- text balloons the two images are mixed and displayed in a big monitor for the live audience attending the event.
Videotape available from Nimk (Netherlands Media Art Institute) in Amsterdam
more information on Raul Marroquin early video works 1968 – 1978
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