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Still Frame

A cinematic history mixed with contemporary art.
Cinema is full of neurotic
personalities, but few things are more transfixing than a woman losing her mind onscreen. Horror as a genre provides the most welcoming platform for these histrionics: crippling paranoia, desperate loneliness, masochistic death-wishes, dangerous obsessiveness, apocalyptic hysteria. Unlike her male counterpart - ‘the eccentric’ - the female neurotic lives a shamed existence, making these films those rare places where her destructive emotions get to play.

Image: Singapore Sling / Jon Sasaki

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9:11 am

with Ana Teresa Vicente
The 9:11am project
uses several different mediums to reflect on one of the most impacting events of the last decades. 

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Notes iOS

Imitate Baldessari
in actions and speech

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Nancy in USA

Nancy Ritz is a comic book character invented by the American cartoonist Ernest Bushmiller (1905-1982).
In the decades that followed, Nancy gained a life of its own, inspiring a host of citations, recreations and detournements by artists such as Andy Warhol, Joe Brainard and Art Spiegelman.

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