CFCCA Library Classification schemeArtist's monographs ➔ Ming Wong, (1971- ), Life and Death in Venice/ Leben und Tod in Venedig/ Vita e Morte a Venezia, (2010)

Ming Wong, (1971- ), Life and Death in Venice/ Leben und Tod in Venedig/ Vita e Morte a Venezia, (2010) (M.024)

Bibliographic Record

Identity

Identifier

M.024

Title and Statement of Responsiblity

Life and Death in Venice = Leben und Tod in Venedig; = Vita e Morte a Venezia / Produced, directed, performed by Ming Wong, Created with the support of the Fondation d'enterprise Hermes for Third Floor Hermes Gallery - Singapore 2010.

Creator(s)

Wong, Ming, artist (has creator)

Access status

Open

Edition Statement:

1st edition

Publication Statement

: Ming Wong , 2010

Content

Scope and Content

DVD containing Ming Wong’s 3-screen video installation, Life and DEath in Venice (2010), which was a  revisitation of Death in Venice (1971).  3 channel video installation. Contains a documentation slideshow, video excerpts and full video preview.

Content Extent

video excerpts 4'43 ; Full video preview 16'08

Content Type

multi-channel video installation , two-dimensional moving image

Management and Use

Carrier

Representation Type

mediated ➔ analogue ➔ analogue video

Record Resource Extent

1

Related Content

Related People and Organisations

Wong, Ming, artist (has creator)
Wong, Ming, artist (is created by)

Related Terms

video (has form of work)
documents (has form of work)
multi-channel video installations (has content type)
polychrome (has colour content)
Sound (has sound content)
Illustrations (has illustrative content)
analogue video (has representation type)
Open (has access status)
two-dimensional moving images (has content type)
optical storage (has form of carrier)

Notes

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