Overview, Images
Kira Nova, Time to De-Beef, 2017, video, 3:15min. Music video by Kira Nova with Lords of Beef Gang: Jillian McManemin, Jennie Portney, Ariel S Rawls, Jessica Gallucci, Nurya, Lucia Love Mooney. Music by Gediminas Žygus. Video by Maria Nova. Second camera by Carlton Bright | Courtesy the artists.

Time to De-Beef

Kira Nova

31 Jul–7 Sep 2019

Formed in 2006, Time To De-Beef is a fictional music video that depicts the life of the ‘Lords of Beef’ gang in New York City. Their somewhat abstract demand to ‘de-beef’ translates to what the gang calls “Ontologic deep tissue massage”.

Curated by Kelli Alred and Laura Couttie as part of the 2019 Channels Festival: International Biennial of Video Art.


Online, Exhibition, Play
Overview

PLAY (2014-2019) was a continuously programmed online gallery that presented single channel video art by national and international artists to audiences throughout Australia and the world.

Time To De-Beef is a fictional music video that depicts the life of the ‘Lords of Beef’ gang in New York City.

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