Soda_Jerk: revenge drives dazzling recombinations of favourite films

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‘Eat the Rich, Repair the Past, Open Source Everything.’ Video artists Soda_Jerk talk about TERROR NULLIUS: A Political Revenge Fable.
Typical Composite image from TERROR NULLIUS

The angriest and most political Australian film to emerge in these conservative times is, surprisingly, not strictly a feature or documentary, but a 55-minute sampled video artwork speaking directly to the history and mythology of Australian cinema itself and its racism, misogyny and homophobia. A new story is contructed, and it’s brash, brassy and cross.

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