It By Others by Duncan Campbell Responds to Marker & Resnais’ Statues Also Die

Dublin-born artist Duncan Campbell has been nominated for his contribution to Scotland’s 2013 Venice Biennale pavilion. The feature work is a film entitled “It for Others” which responds to Chris Marker and Alan Resnais’ 1953 film essay about historical African art and colonialism, “Statues Also Die.”Who Will Win Tate’s Turner Prize in 2014?

For more on Duncan Campbell, including a gallery and video interviews, see Generation Arts Scotland. Another piece of interest comes from the Guardian, Artist of the week 163: Duncan Campbell.

2 thoughts on “It By Others by Duncan Campbell Responds to Marker & Resnais’ Statues Also Die

  1. Rubén Guzmán says:

    First, thank you for keeping up KM’s memory.
    I would like to ask permission to access and show a copy of Duncan Campbell’s “It By Others” to my public university students in remote Patagonia.
    Thank you so much for considering this request.
    Cordially.
    r.g.

  2. Rubén Guzmán says:

    First, thank you for keeping up CM’s memory.
    I would like to ask permission to access and show a copy of Duncan Campbell’s “It By Others” to my public university students in remote Patagonia.
    Thank you so much for considering this request.
    Cordially.
    r.g.

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