Georgina Starr | So Long Babe |  Video installation  | 4 mins | 1997

Single screen video installation with wooden one-steater airplane.

After publishing the fantasy comic book Starvision, Georgina Starr began to develop the illustrations into three dimensional works. In Drivin' On (1996), So Long Babe (1997) and the epic musical animation Tuberama (1998) she transformed the 2D comic stories into real-life events by building her own modes of transportation. For So Long Babe Starr flies across London in a red one-seater airplane to the strains of the Nancy Sinatra pop song, So Long Babe.


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Picture Britannica, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, Australia, 1997
New British Video, Museum of Modern Art, New York, USA, 1997