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  Originally made for "Illicit Acts," a program curated by Stephen Kent Jusick for New York MIX Festival 1998, Washington Heights Untitled is a short experimental documentary on the local community where the artist is residing.   Under the current administration of New York City Major Giuliani, blockades were set up by the NYPD in many blocks to prevent drug trafficking.   Capturing the essence of the Dominican neighborhood, the video documents and comments on the changes in the community and the horror of possibly becoming a "police state."   Filmed and Hand-processed in Super 8 Ektachrome Color Film 1998
Edited onto Video 1999
Total running time: 4:00 minutes
Color and Sound
Available format: 3/4" and VHS (NTSC)
Audio description: Remixed from New York City radio recordings

Clip length: 00:32.02 seconds

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