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

The Orange Orange

Natasha Maidoff. The Orange Orange, 1999–2001.

Description:
A young woman gets locked out of her house and then hit over the head by an orange. She then follows it into a dream world where she asks questions about her identity while looking for her "key." While she's locked out, circus characters appear from hidden places within her home, and have a party. She keeps following the orange until she reaches a place inside herself that's been there all along, and then, her door opens.

Medium:
Film

Tags:
search, identity, film, experimental, Jung, subconscious, self-discovery, odyssey, key, orange, joy, circus, artist, dream, question

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Images
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Videos
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Location
Venice, CA
U.S.A.

Contact
shefilms@aol.com

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