The 100th Undone

Jacqueline Goss

2001, 09:00 minutes, colour, silent, English text


A love letter of sorts, The 100th Undone describes the self in the age of ultimate reproducibility via transcription of the Human Genome and cloning. Generated with a black and white tube camera and Amiga computer (earlier tools of the video age), The 100th Undone takes on the textures of analog media in order to write a personalized pre-history for future human clones.

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