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Art Incarnation: Portraits of Artists As Art Volume Seven


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Art Incarnation: Portraits of Artists As Art(r) Volume 7
Art Incarnation: Portraits of Artists As Art(r) is a series of documentary films that explores the process of creation. It is my subjective record of my community in action. It is my response to the experience of sharing presence through art- how we see and interpret the world around us and find a place within it using a medium of expression. I believe that the magic of art is the power to alter perception. Art Incarnation investigates the actuation of the divine in the mundane, or in other words, it observes those wearing angel boots for quotidian life. I invite you to step into another perspective, to walk a mile in a different pair of shoes...
Volume 7 features Debra Broz as she alters a ceramic pig in her studio at Pump Project Art Complex located in Austin, Texas. I recorded her working for four hot days in August of 2010 while she proceeded to give the pig two extra legs.
Why would she do such a thing to an innocent object? Is she enhancing it, or destroying it? Who decides the value of mutation? Why does she have such an obsession with altering found objects? What perspective do you bring the to the table as a viewer of her work?
Get a glimpse into the philosophies that drive Debra's artwork dealing with found objects. See how she constructs the perfect mutation on a pig she likes. Understand why some modifications are off limits while others are used to make the points that Debra wants to convey.
Unveiling a little bit of the privacy shield by allowing us to watch her create, Debra gives us lots of insight on her internal process as she manipulates several mediums to reach her desired outcome with the pig. "Problem or Possibility" includes more of the behind the brain of the artist discussion (40 minutes) while "Is It Really A Problem?" is a short (14 minutes) of excerpts dealing with the social issues surrounding her work. Both will leave you with a taste of her artwork as well as her creative process, and wondering- what could you do if you had an extra arm?

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