1975, 17:34 min, color, sound, 16 mm film on video ""Superdyke is a gem from early liberation days. Influenced by feminism and lesbian militancy, Hammerâs films are politically pointed, bearing witness to lesbian empowerment and visibility, and formally sophisticated, fully cognizant of experimental film history. Superdyke gives the superhero a witty dyke inflection. It runs from mellow nature-loving to savvy urban pop, showing the thematic range of its author and the multiplicity of lesbian experience." â Juan Antonio Suarez -- EAI
This title is available for exhibitions, screenings, and institutional use through Electronic Arts Intermix (EAI), NY. Please visit the EAI Online Catalogue for further information about this artist and work. The EAI site offers extensive resources for curators, students, artists and educators, including: an in-depth guide to exhibiting, collecting, and preserving media art; A Kinetic History: The EAI Archives Online, a collection of essays, primary documents, and media charting EAI's 40-year history and the early years of the emergent video art scene; and expanded contextual and educational materials.