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Women Cinemakers

artist Gabriel Orozco once stated, "the artist’s role differs depending on which part of the world you’re in. It depends on the political system you’re living under": does your artistic research respond to a particular cultural moment? Moreover, how do you consider the role of artist in our unstable, everchanging contemporary age? My research and practice has evolved by transitioning between two different cultures. As a result, I’m drawn to clashes and remixes of culture, identity, sexuality, gender, and performance through the notions of time and space. I think a lot of artists have had to develop a more global sensibility as a result of our contemporary age, but we all have to approach it from our personal experience. We have highly appreciated the way Utopia Process challenges the audience's perceptual parameters to explore the struggle between reality and dreamlike dimension, your film provides the viewers them with a unique multilayered visual experience: how do you consider the relationship between reality and imagination within your process?

Profile for WomenCinemakers

WomenCinemakers, Special Edition  

WomenCinemakers, Special Edition  

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