Linda M. Montano's Seven Years of Living Art

1994 | 00:13:13 | United States | English | Color | Mono | 4:3 | Video

Collection: On Art and Artists, Single Titles

Tags: Artist Portraits, Feminism, Interview, Performance

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A video collage that chronicles the issues and events that arose in Linda M. Montano’s life while she devoted a year to each of the seven chakras. Beginning as a piece devoted to themes of commitment and limitation, the work becomes a fascinating hybrid of art and life, as Montano experiences the onset of menopause, her mother’s death, her choice to enter and then leave a convent, the suffering of a stroke, and thoughts of her own death—all within the structural confines of an intense work of art. Contributors to the work include Ellen Fullman, Gisela Gamper, and Annie Sprinkle.