I Saw Bones
Bathing the Baby
SEMEFO (Teresa Margolles)
SEMEFO adds another level of anxiety to the already charged site of mother remaking child; the child in this instance is an embalmed one.
Taxidermy: The Art of Imitating Life
This movie examines the strange world of Ron Kuhlman and Bill Arsell, two Long Island Taxidermists. It pays close attention to the detailing involved in their work and comments on the natural yet artificial nature of this craft.
A personal, poetic exploration of the contruction of self in which the narrator unfolds the tale of a child who identifies herself as a bear.
A fantastical look at the subversive possibilities of emerging reproductive technologies.
To make this movie Uman bleached the female figure out of each frame of a 1970’s porn movie. What remains is somehow both more erotic and truthful.
Spaces generally sanctioned for public and private acts are confused as Haug employs science as the bridge between eroticism and repression.
Cuevas dissects an upper class wedding in Mexico City where the guests fantasize about the exotic faraway dreamscape that is their “Hawai”.