Screen Test (1999)

Talk Artists Initiative, Melbourne

Level 6 Nicholas building, Melbourne
23 june- 3 july 1999



[1] In the film-making process, a script may start in white then move to blue then pink then green then yellow and so on. The colour itself is not significant, only serving the purpose of making it immediately obvious during the shoot to see whether or not everyone has the latest version. In Vivian Kubrick's Making the Shining ; a short documentary made on the set of her father's film, Jack Nicholson makes the remark "I quit using my script. I just take the ones they type up each day."


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WALL #1: Screen Test Dreams (1998-99) Type on coloured paper, 8 of 26. Each 29.7 x 21 cm

WALL #1: Screen Test Dreams (1998-99) Detail. Type on coloured paper. Each 29.7 x 21 cm

WALL #1: Screen Test Dreams (1998-99) Detail. Type on coloured paper. Each 29.7 x 21 cm

WALL #2 (Opposite) : <last seen nine years ago> [Deliverance 1972] Pencil, ink, gouache on paper 60 x 42 cm (1999)

WALL #2 (Opposite) : Screen Test Location Scout No.2 [Deliverance 1972] Early Psychosis Prevention and Intervention Centre Parkville C-Type Photograph 42 x 60cm (1999)

WALL #2 (Opposite) : < seen on TV in the past 12 months > [the china syndrome 1978] Gouache and pencil on paper 90 x 60cm (1999)

WALL #2 (Opposite) : Screen Test Location Scout No.6 [The China Syndrome 1978] CSL Limited, Parkville C-Type Photograph 42 x 60cm (1999)

WALL #2 (Opposite) : < last seen 5 years ago> [The Duellists 1977] Gouache and pencil on paper 90 x 60cm (1999)

WALL #2 (Opposite) : Screen Test Location Scout No.5 [The Duellists 1977] Early Psychosis Prevention and Intervention Centre Parkville C-Type Photograph 42 x 60cm (1999)