AXIOM / 1:00 minutes
Artist name: Sally Grizzell Larson

The rhythm of clapping hands, the repetition of images in equally timed segments: We are lulled and seduced. Like any other high functioning receptor, the human brain is indiscriminate about what it picks up. How then do we resist the seemingly benign when we’re mesmerized by it in spite of our better judgment?

Sally Grizzell Larson lives in Philadelphia. Previous film festivals/screenings include 11° FILE (Electronic Language International Festival), São Paulo; Rencontres Internationales Paris/Berlin/Madrid; Berlin International Directors Lounge, Art House Meinblau; Alternative Film/Video Festival, Belgrade; NewFilmmakers NY, Anthology Film Archives; the National Museum of Women in the Arts’ Festival of Film and Media Arts; and the Toronto Urban Film Festival, where her video “Axiom” was awarded “Best in Category: The Medium is the Message” and Third Place overall. Her video Certain Women was awarded “Best of Festival–Experimental” at the Berkeley Video and Film Festival in 2006. Her photographic work has been published in Monochrom (#26-34, Vienna, 2010); ITCH Magazine (London and Johannesburg, 2009); “Photography Reborn” (Abrams, 2005); “Writing the World: On Globalization” (M.I.T., 2005); “Digital Art Revolution” (Random House/Watson-Guptill, 2010); and Rethinking Marxism, among others. Exhibition venues include National Centre of Contemporary Art, Moscow; Brooklyn Museum; SIGGRAPH; and Kunstraum B/2, Leipzig.


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