Program Description

This spring, MAD presents a survey of the German born artist Julika Rudelius’ cinematic works.  Occupying the space between fact and fiction, Rudelius explores the boundaries between narrative, documentary and cinema vérité.  By addressing a series of subjects ranging from the American wealthy elite, fashion conscious European immigrants, political trainees, to sex obsessed youth, Rudelius remixes the partially staged testimonials from her subjects to construct eye-opening, sometimes startling, statements about the roles of fashion, materialism, self worth, and identity within in a capitalist society.

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Works Include

One of Us
2010, HD, 29:05 min

 

Dressage
2009, HD 14:00 min

 

Adrift
2007, Video 4:50 min

 

Forever
2006, Video, 16:40 min

 

Your blood is as red as mine
2004, Video, 15:40 min

 

Family Times
2004, Video 6:00 min

 

Tagged
2003, Video 16:40 min

 

Looking at the other/ desire
2003, Video 3:00 min

 

Train
2001, Video 6:20 min