April 2nd, 1998
Field and Frame
Keif: I really liked the work. It was very fitting for the environment of Field & Frame. I think Alan was really into it, Alan Fulford the owner of Field & Frame. It was 16mm. I think I was running the projector. [Bill Morrison] finds these damaged films and they become miraculous.. They’re corroded. They weren’t stored properly to say the least, you know? Water damaged, corrosion, maybe some vinegar syndrome going on there.
Bryan: The beauty and all of that decay.