Katy Freeway's Apartment - an orientation video
video; 6 minutes; 2004 (extract)

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Closing Credits 2
stills;1998/99, re-mastered 2005

Closing Credits 2 - The End is just the beginning (Film Poster)
Ink-jet print; 30 x 40 inches;1998/99

Closing Credits 2
installation view; EAST international;1998

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{ a lighthouse...cut off at high tide... }

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{ I took a tour of a glacier... }

{ a disaster from the past... }

{ the weather seemed to be turning strange... }

{they would have certainly needed a guide... }

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{ ii certainly looks supernatural... }

{ I fell asleep next to some rocks... }

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{ apparently the sound was deafening...}

{ she looked familiar... }

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{ world radio news, the headlines... }

{ no one will know... }

{ we won't tell anyone... }

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References to the actress Katy Freeway have frequently appeared in previous projects.

But who is Katy Freeway?

Acting as an 'orientation video' that visitors touring her now historically important home, would initially watch upon arrival, this single screen video work, discusses her work in the Martin MacAnally film 'The Lost', gives the viewer an insight into her personal life through the design of her Los Angeles apartment and examines her relationship to the mass media.



Stine Gonsholt
Systa Gunnarsdottir
Arildh Mehn-Andersen
Jill Wood
& Katharine Wilson

including music by

Bedroom Walls
Very Large Array

Filmed on location in Iceland

Written & Directed by
Duncan Ganley


"A plot worth taking in, from start to finish"

Douglas Britt - Houston Chronicle

"...posing the rhetorical question of who is behind the camera"

Nicholas Kersulis - Artlies

"A taut study in withholding catharsis or conclusion"

Christopher French - Art Papers