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Richard Grayson, 3,000 Famous men, 1980

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Uploaded on Jan 12, 2012

Richard Grayson, Three Thousand Famous Men, 1980

Three Thousand Famous Men focuses on an improvised monologue about the idea of the hero. It was initially used as an element in a performance staged at the Arnolfini Gallery in Bristol and then the Het Appollohuis, Eindhoven Holland where the video segued into a section where the artist with either Jon Bewley or Ken Gill, dressed in formal suits, launched into an energetic bout of wrestling. It later became a stand-alone video piece.

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