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Raimund Hoghe
Raimund Hoghe
1995
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Video comprises a performance of Raimund Hoghe's show 'Meinwarts' (If I Were You), which uses light, space and music to develop the story of the singer Joseph Schmidt who died in a internment camp. The performance features images of the singer's disability and life and reflects upon the legacy of those friends of Hoghe's that have died of AIDS. Raimund Hoghe is a dancer, choreographer, film maker and writer. He works with intimate material that draws on historical events, his own life and the unique characteristics of his body. With these means Hoghe explores the themes of love, loneliness, xenophobia and racism. This performance of 'Meinwarts' was recorded on 28 April 1995 at the Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA) in London. Anyone wishing to view this item should contact Manchester Archives and Local Studies in advance of visiting by telephoning 0161 234 1980 or emailing archiveslocalstudies@manchester.gov.uk. The VHS copy is held as part of The Theatre Collection, Department of Drama, University of Bristol, Cantocks Close, Bristol BS8 1UP (telephone 0117 3315086 or visit www.bristol.ac.uk/theatrecollection).Related Material:See also M800/3/5/3/22; M800/3/5/1/20; M800/3/5/1/21; M800/8/6Running Length:1 hour 40 minutesFormat:VHS PALArtist:Raimund HogheLocation:England
Title:
Raimund Hoghe
Date of work:
1995
Reference number:
GB127.M800/7/114
Level of description:
Item from Fonds: queerupnorth (GB127.M800)
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Unrestricted
Record types:
COMPONENT
Language:
English
Record number:
7958183
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