PASS BACK A REVOLVER 
PASS BACK A REVOLVER was created in two parts: first, as a documentary film along the US-Mexican border, and second, as a video installation. The docuemntary film was made over a four-week period while Peter Flaherty and Pablo Colapinto were embedded with groups on both sides of the border, including the Minutemen on the US side and charitable water-distribution groups on the Mexican side. The experiences, people, and folklore encountered during our time in the desert inspired the more abstracted installation the we subsequently created. The documentary film has been edited into a 20-minute version and is in development for further filming and finishing funds.
PASS BACK A REVOLVER was at the Institute of Contemporary Art (Philadelphia) in March 2007.
|video||peter flaherty & pablo colapinto|
|audio||luke fischbeck (aka, lucky dragons)|