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Women Cinemakers we are from, we are connected in many different ways. You are a versatile artist and your practice is marked out with such stimulating multidisciplinary feature, that allows you to range from video, hand-made costume, and drawings, to animation, performance: would you tell us what does address you to such captivating multidisciplinary approach? How do you select a medium and a technique in order to explore a particular theme? I had a huge interest in performance during my undergraduate studies, even though I came from a traditional drawing/painting background. Later, I went to a photography program for my master’s degree and was enormously influenced by so many different technologies like software, printers and equipment. I have to say that those experiences opened my mind to thinking about other possibilities in art. I tend to seek out and research the best media and learn the necessary techniques that fit the theme of the work in progress. For this special edition of WomenCinemakers we have selected Utopia Process, an extremely interesting experimental film that our readers have already started to get to know in the introductory pages of this article and that can be

Profile for WomenCinemakers

WomenCinemakers, Special Edition  

WomenCinemakers, Special Edition  

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