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

Traverse

Natasha Maidoff. Traverse, 1993–1994.

Description:
This film uses the nude as a way to connect to our primordial selves and discuss love. A woman chases a lizard which turns into a man then slips through her fingers. Shot in Joshua Tree National Park.

Medium:
Film

Tags:
experimental, primordial, love, film, chase, lizard, stop-frame motion, nude, jealousy, desert

Having trouble seeing the video? Please download and install the latest version of Quicktime.

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

Text, images, audio, and/or video in the Feminist Art Base are copyrighted by the contributing artists unless otherwise noted. All rights reserved.