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Animated images, ca. 20 minutes, silent
From the artist's description: In the silent video essay DINOSAUR.GIF the imperial spectacle of early cinema returns in a digital form. Animated screengrab-GIFs from US-American dinosaur films of the past 100 years are displayed in a scrolling text editor. It turns out that revealing and concealing are inseparably connected when the dinosaur, the spirit animal of technological progress, appears on screen.
Read Anna Zett's Artist Profile.
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