Barbara Hammer (1939-2019)
Endangered (1988)
1988, 18:02 min, color, sound, 16 mm film on video
""...Endangered is a compelling expression of the unique power of celluloid and the filmmaking process. Hammer does not hide behind the process of filmmaking – in Endangered we see her making the film. In her hands, the transformation of film into a poetic and avant garde art form comes about through the direct manipulation of celluloid.' – John Hanhardt, Biennial Exhibition Catalogue, Whitney Museum of American Art, 1989. -- EAI

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