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Bee man from BeeEye

BeeEye (2012) is a video installation that utilizes six large video screens, set up in a hexagon pattern to mimic the shape of a honeycomb.  The audience enters the hexagon and is immersed in the sights and sounds of the honeybee hive.   

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Imprint (2001), a video installation by Cat Ashworth, consists of a carved wooden table with built in audio/video display.   Two handprints are carved on the top of the table, each finger on the handprint has an electronic sensor that activates the video display.     

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House of Peace (1999) tells the story of the 1687 attack by the French against the Seneca town of Ganondagan.   It explains the political and economic factors that lead to the attack as well as the Seneca Nation's response to the invasion.

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The Orator, The Pigeon and the 21' naked Green Man (1995) explores the history of Rochester, New York, through the public artworks that were created from 1840 to 1940.   By placing the public artworks in their historical context, the documentary examines the reason for their creation, community participation and reaction to the artworks, and the values each work represents as a symbol of its times.

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The Glass Wall (1991) examines the act of "looking", specifically how Westerners look at Third World people and the power relationships implied in "the gaze".

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