GOOGLE ART VIDEO, 2010
An artist has a series of strange interactions with a belligerent version of herself.
"With exquisite nuance in facial expression and voice, the artist captures the painful self-undermining emotional process inherent in creative work, and mirrors the more universal tension between longing and fear inherent in human relationships."
-Stephanie Ferrera, Bowen Theorist/My Mom
SELECT SCREENINGS & PERFORMANCES
Video! Video! Festival (Chicago, IL)
Amsterdam Fringe Festival (NL)
VisArts (Rockville, MD)
Defibrillator Performance Art Gallery, (Chicago, IL)
Itinerant Performance Festival (Bronx, NY)
Two-Sided Act, Brooklyn Art Space (Brooklyn, NY)
Videopolis (Baltimore, MD)
Transmodern Festival (Baltimore, MD)
Johns Hopkins Film Festival (Baltimore, MD)
International Center for Photography (NYC)
An artist has a strange virtual encounter with a belligerent version of herself.
The artists struggle to empathize and connect with one another.
We become our true selves in our art and in our relationships.
What is your art about?
An artist's inner-monologue or echo chamber.
Is art simply a conversation with oneself?