Class [controlled]: performance and installation art Modern art
*Work Type [link]: performance art
*Creator Display: Sean Kilcoyne (American, contemporary) and Daniel Reeves (American, born 1948)
*Role [link]: performance artist [link]: Kilcoyne, Sean
*Role [link]: performance artist [link]: Reeves, Daniel
*Creation Date: 1989 [controlled]: Earliest: 1989 Latest: 1989
*Subject [links]: performance artists Vietnam War, 1961-1975 death remorse
*Current Location [link]: not applicable
Creation Location [link]: unavailable
*Measurements: 90 minute installation / performance
[controlled] Value: 90 Unit: minutes Type: performance time
*Materials and Techniques: multimedia installation/performance
Material [links]: multimedia work Technique: [links]: installation performance art
Description: A collage of video and film projections is the background for four performers who move around the stage carrying out movement sequences. Images of nature give way to images of war, including helicopters, troops marching and in combat. Creator-Statement: […] Who holds the patent on the black disposable bags worn home by some of your closest friends that year? Who named Napalm?
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