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Heidi Neubauer-Winterburn

A still from The Cutter-off of Water (2009)

found on land out in Colorado, and the teeth were picked up a few weeks ago but are from India. Mostly, I think of myself as rather slow and then there are these bursts of getting pieces done or ready. I see things, I take notes, and I spin all the threads around in my head. It’s a matter of pulling things together, finding balance, discarding the items or pieces that don’t fit. It just depends. Knowing where a piece will go speeds things up, too, because I know it needs to be done. Now let's focus on your art production: I would start from The Cutter-off of Water, an extremely interesting work that our readers have already started to get to know in the

introductory pages of this article and that can be admired directly at http://vimeo.com/5644119. This video is a adaptation of the homonymous Margurite Duras' story: would you tell us something about the genesis of this project? What was your initial inspiration?

Thank you. M.D. is one of my favorite authors, and I wanted to craft a longer, film length project around her and her work using nonactors and mothers, but at the time I was looking for funding the financial crisis was going on and things were just a mess. Maybe it will still happen at some point. But what I did end up doing was making this piece, a sort of

LandEscape Art Review January 2015  

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LandEscape Art Review January 2015  

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