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Alex Da Corte
"Drawing on found objects (and people), kitsch and the banal, Philadelphia-based artist Alex Da Corte makes multimedia work that belies its material origins. This video visits his studio/apartment and his recent gallery show at Fleischer-Ollman to gain some insight into his ideas and technique. We also interview Fleischer-Ollman's director William Pym to get his take on the young artist."
"For the Karma show, he directed her in 'The Open Window,' an 11-minute, monochromatic-red video in which Clark holds a one-eyed cat and crescendos her expressions into a final mouth-gaping expression of terror."
"I think it’s more abstract than that. I don’t propose to understand what he wants, especially the 2001 version of him. But I think that there is a certain opinion that I could imagine these young people in 2001 who were following his message were vocalizing and maybe what their taste might have been at the time."