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    Ira Eduardovna

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    video / experimental video

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An unknown amount of women is created by replication of several shots. The women are performing for unseen observers, playing a game of the musical chair that is controlled by a men’s whistling. Every time the whistling stops a crowd cheering is heard. The cheering is pasted synthetically like the sitcom laughter. The viewer is looking at this “performance” through the windows and controlled by the movement of the camera. (I wanted it to leave it uncertain whether the camera moves from window to window or is it a sort of a train that moves and stops.) The women appear naked, but their bodies are blurred, and their identity is anonymous.

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