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All My Friends Are Stones Now, 2018
A lonely vegetable goddess with a breast for an eye, guardian figures with monumental derrieres, timid denizens, and a furry landscape, are all present in the video work “All My Friends Are Stones Now.” The characters are portrayed by various body parts, caged and isolated within a green screen, transitioning into a world where the familiar and the banal become a daily absurd. The work is asking questions about the affinity between the natural, the industrial, and the digital, while using images of hybrid landscape together with the images of the studio where the video was shot.
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