Tony Cokes

Tony Cokes investigates identity and opposition through reframing and repositioning. He questions how race and gender influence the construction of subjectivities, and how they are perceived through "representational regimes of image and sound" as perpetuated by Hollywood, the media and popular culture. His assemblages of archival footage, media images, text commentary, and pop music use sources ranging from Louis Althusser, Malcolm X and Public Enemy.   full biography

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1988, 17:11 min, b&w, sound
 
1990, 32:51 min, color, sound
 
1992, 28:20 min, color, sound
 
1992, 59:37 min, color, sound
 
1999, 6:36 min, color, sound
 
2000, 6 min, color, sound
 
2001, 4:38 min, color, sound
 
2001, 10:03 min, color, sound
 
2001, 3:47 min, color, sound
 
2003, 10:56 min, color, sound
 
2004, 24:19 min, color, sound
 
2004, 4:40 min, color, sound
 
2004, 7:54 min, color, sound
 
2004, 3:22 min, color, sound
 
2004, 7:09 min, color, sound
 
2004, 16:02 min, color, sound
 
2005, 7:27 min, color, sound
 
2006, 8:06 min, color, sound
 
2006, 9:55 min, color, sound
 
 

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