»Cry Minami« published in latest and last printed edition of Yet Magazine»». Text by Taco Hidde Bakker
Katja Stuke, Noe Ito, A Japanese Feminist
36 Xerox prints, framed, 100 x 140 cm, 2020
Katja Stuke‘s video work Cry Alex (2019) features two crying women of different nationalities and ages simultaneously presented as a diptych on two tablets. Facing the viewer front-on, they seem to turn directly towards them with their unfiltered emotions or at least to regard the viewer through the camera as the recipient. One sequence shows a young Asian woman in a simple white top in front of a light grey-beige background, her hair is shaved. Overflowing with tears, she reveals herself to an invisible audience, interspersed with short, impetuous sighs.Weiterlesen →
Talk- and Print-Show
»Cry Minami – Mechanical Brides«
in)(between gallery, 39 Rue Chapon, 75003 Paris
Nov 24, 2018. From 4 pm.
»Mechanichal Brides« and »Cry Minami« are part of the exhibition
»Werbung, die Kunst der Kommunikation,
Stadtmuseum Düsseldorf. Feb. 18 – Jul 30, 2017.