Reactor 2006-2011

Notes

Documents the group’s work across this six-year period. In addition to many video edits that have not been seen before, each video has an alternative audio track featuring interviews by Mel Jordan, Ilana Mitchell, Daniel Oliver, Stuart Tait, Sally O’Reilly and John McGrath. In these interviews members of Reactor (past and present) discuss each project, or aspects of the groups practice that impacted on a project in a particular way.

Artist / Author Reactor
Editor Reactor
Publisher Reactor
Reference D2035
Date 2012
Type DVD

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