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My Brother from Another Mother
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M 1706
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3'20''
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2011
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“The work ‘My Brother from another Mother’ shows a multi camera shot taken on the 'Big Brother' TV show set. A luxury site (lawns, pool) under a totalitarian control. The location is completely empty. There are no people on the set.
No photographers and no actors, no one to activate it. Yet it exists, keeping on running around the clock due to the mechanic cameras that scan it repeatedly. Automatic camera motions that see everything even when it's all already gone. The motion from one camera to the next serves as human substitutes. The only sign of life. When the cameras go out of focus it feels like a crises , when the cameras focus on an object it feels like a narrative conflict. They observe each other.”

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 The CDA's archives are operating with the support of the Ostrovsky Family Fund and Artis
 

My Brother from Another Mother

“The work ‘My Brother from another Mother’ shows a multi camera shot taken on the 'Big Brother' TV show set. A luxury site (lawns, pool) under a totalitarian control. The location is completely empty. There are no people on the set.
No photographers and no actors, no one to activate it. Yet it exists, keeping on running around the clock due to the mechanic cameras that scan it repeatedly. Automatic camera motions that see everything even when it's all already gone. The motion from one camera to the next serves as human substitutes. The only sign of life. When the cameras go out of focus it feels like a crises , when the cameras focus on an object it feels like a narrative conflict. They observe each other.”

 The CDA's archives are operating with the support of the Ostrovsky Family Fund and Artis
 

 The CDA's archives are operating with the support of the Ostrovsky Family Fund and Artis