Movie Movements, Secret Intelligence, Canberra

GH made Movie Movements, Secret Intelligence, Canberra in 1994 and included the artwork in well actually at the Anna Schwartz Gallery, Melbourne, in 1994. Movie Movements, Secret Intelligence, Canberra is a standalone artwork. The artwork's medium includes watercolour and lead pencil on paper , measuring, overall, 41h x 113w cm.

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Encyclopaedia of Movie Movements

fig. 3 – library: Australian Secret Intelligence Service, Canberra

[text] Now, remember, the camera will follow your every action, panning from the moment you step through the left door.

page 3

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Encyclopaedia of Movie Movements

fig. 3 – library: Australian Secret Intelligence Service, Canberra

[text] Cautiously, make your way to the left passage, opening the door while looking over your shoulder with anticipation and fear. After five steps along the passage, stop, listen for footsteps, lay flat against the wall. Nothing happens, all is clear.

page 9

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Encyclopaedia of Movie Movements

fig. 3 – library: Australian Secret Intelligence Service, Canberra

[text] Proceed toward the seated woman who is keeping surveillance over the man reading in chair b. Whisper the message to her. Depart, striding with an air of frantic relief, through the remainder of space.

page 27

Bibliography
James Birrell, ‘Abstract Distractions’, in David Pestorius (ed.), Space Affects: The art and architecture of James Birrell and Gail Hastings, exhibition catalogue, Metro Arts, Brisbane 1999, pp.23–5.