Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art: Feminist Art Base: Natasha Maidoff

Kelly De Martino finds the source of her joy

Kelly De Martino finds the source of her joy

Natasha Maidoff. Kelly De Martino finds the source of her joy, 1999–2001.

Description:
A young woman has lost the “key” to her life. But her decision to renounce frivolity and “get her life together” is stalled when she gets locked out of her house and knocked out by a falling orange. Thus begins an odyssey through the streets of Venice, California, and into her unconscious.

Medium:
Film

Tags:
orange, dream, journey, dance, Jung, California, self-discovery, subconscious, dream, transformation, creativity, identification, odyssey, struggle, film

Images
Kelly De Martino finds the source of her joyDirecting Kelly De Martino for fashion runway shot in Venice alleyThe town of Castelnuovo dei Sabbioni, Italy in The Stone ThievesThe Orange OrangeThe disease being pulled from my friend

Videos
An excerpt from Is There A Cure For My FriendThe Orange OrangeTraverse

Location
Venice, CA
U.S.A.

Contact
shefilms@aol.com

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