Victor Masayesva, Jr.

Victor Masayesva, Jr. has created a rich body of video and photographic work that represents the culture and traditions of Native Americans — particularly the Hopi of Southwest Arizona — through poetic visualizations. Masayesva employs computer animation and graphics in lyrical translations of Hopi myths, rituals and history. Articulating the richness of his heritage in his own language, he allows the Hopi voice to be heard.   full biography

Titles

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1982, 15 min, color, sound
 
1985, 58 min, color, sound
 
1990, 6 min, color, sound
 
1991, 28 min, color, sound
 
1992, 30 min, color, sound
 
1992, 1 min, color, sound
 
1992, 24 min, color, sound
 
A Tale of Two Cities
1992, 1 min, color, sound
 
ahistory
1992, 1 min, color, sound
 
Amnesia
1992, 1 min, color, sound
 
Blown Up
1992, 1 min, color, sound
 
Circular Rites
1992, 1 min, color, sound
 
Europe Feed Back Day
1992, 1 min, color, sound
 
Fire! The Memory
1992, 1 min, color, sound
 
Happy New Order
1992, 1 min, color, sound
 
Jamais l'un sans l'autre (Never one without the other)
1992, 1 min, color, sound
 
Nation
1992, 1 min, color, sound
 
Paradigm Shift
1992, 1 min, color, sound
 
TRANSVOICES: transgressions
1992, 60 sec, color, sound
 
Two Faces of One Room
1992, 1 min, color, sound
 
Wanderers Nightsong
1992, 60 sec, color, sound