Movie Directions for Secret Agents

GH made Movie Directions for Secret Agents in 1994 and included the artwork in well actually at the Anna Schwartz Gallery, Melbourne, in 1994. Movie Directions for Secret Agents is a standalone artwork. The artwork's medium includes watercolour and lead pencil on paper, measuring, overall, 101h x 86w cm.

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fig 4 – library: Memorandum of Understanding, Australia

TO THE MOTION PICTURE DIRECTOR OF THE AUSTRALIA SECRET INTELLIGENCE SERVICE – A REPORT FORM ACTOR: AGENT PURPLE

At time 19:74 precisely, she folded the Governmental document Memorandum of Understanding into her handbag. My surveil-

~ page 1974 ~

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signal room no. 1

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lance of her remained undetected as she proceeded towards the assigned meeting place without hesitation. When passing St. Leonards Ave at 19:73pm, she looked down the street and waved to somebody. Upon immediately inspecting the street so to ascertain to whom

~ page 1973 ~

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fig 4 – library: Memorandum of Understanding, Australia

she waved, I discovered that in her view, she waved to ‘somebody’, but in my view, to ‘nobody’. This, dear Director, creates frailty in the plot; an incongruous reality where exists two versions at the same time: hers and mine. I report so to alert you to this lack of

~ page 1972 ~

 

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Credibility; a lack likely to be scoffed at by the audience.

We, the cast, await, at this moment in the movie, for you corrected version before continuing. It is at present 19:71pm.

~ page 1971 ~

Bibliography
Anna Clabburn, Three strolling artists lead the way at MOMA’, The Age, Wednesday 11 Nov 1998, p.19.
Max Delany, Strolling – the art of arcades, boulevards, barricades, publicity, in Max Delany (ed.), exhibition catalogue, Heidi Museum of Modern Art, Melbourne 1998, p.27.