1. Silent archive footage of Stewart Home shot by Chris Wilson at his flat in Hampstead, north London, on 29 April 1984. The camera used was some kind of Polaroid instant movie-maker - and so it is this unusual machine that gives the footage its look! The title Wet Dream is what I decided to call the short on the day. Chris Wilson used his camera to make 3 minute Andy Warhol-style film portraits of boys he knew, and this is just one of many he made in the early/mid-eighties. Once the film was shot he asked the subject to give it a title. Most of these have never been seen in public, but about 10 years ago Wilson made VHS transfers of his old shorts, and more recently digitised a few of them, including this one. I met Chris in 1982 at the Holborn, central London, based arts nightclub Evening Falls (one of the places I used to do poetry readings in the early eighties).

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  2. Stewart Home wearing a Knucklehead T-shirt and talking about the Art Strike 1990-1993 in Tom McCarthy's studio in London in 2004. Camera operated by Paula Roush.

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  3. This is my third video to be banned by YouTube, I'm putting all of these on Vimeo so that we can see the shape of YouTube/Google censorship, and the view when you look at all three of my banned videos is pretty ridiculous. Like the previous two bans, this one was rejected as 'content inapprorpriate' mostly due to American moralism I guess. This video was made with the intention of putting it on YouTube because as I understood their rules it stayed within them... but of course Google seem to like blocking this type of video if it is picking up hits quickly as this was, since they don't fit the corporatisation of the world agenda to which this reactionary internet giant subscribes. I would not have placed this video on Vimeo for public consumption had it not been banned by YouTube, but since I'm documenting my YouTube bans here this needs to be added. The video was uploaded to YouTube on 8 January 2014 and pulled on 18 January 2014.

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  4. I've been attempting make a digital equivalent of The Cut-Ups (1967) by Antony Balch for some time. Inspired by William Burroughs' and Brion Gysin's technique of cutting up text and rearranging it in random order, Balch had a film editor cut four long strips of footage he'd taken for an abandoned documentary and reassemble them so that they continually interrupted each other. The results are jarring. I'd tried shooting original footage for something similar in both London, Devon and Scotland, but after rearranging the material in a similar fashion to The Cut-Ups was never happy with it. In the end I thought I should shoot in Paris, as had been the case with the footage used in the original film. The results I think were better, but actually I preferred the effect I got from my French footage and other stuff I shot at the same time in a companion film "In The Street Today - Paris' (on my YouTube profile) where I made far more editorial decisions about how to arrange the material.

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  5. Part of the Performance season at Queens Park Railway Club, Glasgow
    26 October 2013
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