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THE CASSIOPEIA PLAN
RESISTANCE DOMINATION SECRET 'A'
RESISTANCE DOMINATION SECRET (VIDEO TRILOGY)
SUPERPOWER-DAKAR CHAPTER
REVERSION OF THE BEAST FOLK
PARIS-FRANPRIX
WHITE STAG
THE SONS OF TEMPERANCE
INTERVIEW WITH A NUCLEAR CONTRACT WORKER
MIDWATCH
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PARIS-FRANPRIX

video installation 11 min
colour, sound
  1. Paris-FRANPRIX, 2002

    video still
    paris franprix mark aerial waller
  2. Paris FRANPRIX, 2003

    installation shot, PVC Curtain and video projection, Desire Lines, Espai Cultural, CAJA MADRID, Barcelona.
    DESIRE LINES, FRANPRIX by Mark Aerial Waller, Abu Hamdan, César, Oldfield Ford,
  3. Paris FRANPRIX, 2003

    installation shot, Desire Lines, Espai Cultural, CAJA MADRID, Barcelona, PVC Curtain and video projection.
    cassiopeia plan mark aerial waller
  4. Paris FRANPRIX, 2003

    installation shot, Desire Lines, Espai Cultural, CAJA MADRID, Barcelona, PVC Curtain and video projection.
    The Cassiopeia Plan offering transmission mark aerial waller
  5. Paris-FRANPRIX, 2002

    video still
    paris franprix mark aerial waller video art
  6. Paris-FRANPRIX, 2002

    video still
    paris franprix mark aerial waller video art
  7. Paris-FRANPRIX, 2002

    Video still
    paris franprix mark aerial waller video art
  8. Paris-FRANPRIX, 2002

    Poster - mixed media on paper A1, folded
    paris franprix mark aerial waller

MARK AERIAL WALLER; PARIS FRANPRIX

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DVCAM to digital video, 2002

Paris-FRANPRIX

DVCAM to DigiBeta 11 min, PVC strip doorway, dimensions variable

Paris-FRANPRIX is a single screen video work, and a legacy of the ciné-verité/surrealism of Georges Franju. It is exhibited in a darkened space entered through a pvc strip doorway, as used for entry to the backroom of supermarkets. Paris-FRANPRIX reaches into the lap of death, into the crumbling 20th arrondissement Paris and its local supermarket franchise.

The unsolicited social and economic networks that surround a supermarket become a site for looking at memory, respect, and hope as the product is followed from its 8am bulk delivery to its 8pm disposal and eventual consumption. A regular consumer passes on her intimate wisdom. Her love for the street folds back onto her body as she pronounces her street and situation completely dead.

The world is sadder than we choose to think, just as there is more poetry in it than we dare to find. The sad isolation of objects in Paris-FRANPRIX creates a world mood in which hope and joy very quietly, almost occultly survive.     Trudy Oman-Grand, Jan 2003.

Exhibitions: 
Nurseryworld, Jennifer Flay Gallery, Paris 2003