Andrea Cooper

2011, 10:30 minutes, colour, English


From the moment of birth we are sought then unfurled. The second we are pushed from the womb we becomes objects of prey. ANNA is an experimental video performed by the artist in an abandoned barn that explores predator-prey relations, and defines the moment when prey becomes predator.

Inspired by women who have gone missing or lost,
ANNA is a haunting performance about hope and addiction. The character creates an allegorical, seductive poem about death and disappearance.

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