Keren Cytter, ‘Bouquet (Detail)’, 2014, Noga Gallery of Contemporary Art
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Keren Cytter

Bouquet (Detail), 2014

Sharpie on vinyl leather
112 3/5 × 54 7/10 in
286 × 139 cm
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Drawing, Collage or other Work on Paper
Keren Cytter
Israeli, b. 1977
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Keren Cytter’s films focus on the creation of a fictional world for the purpose of entertainment, incorporating stories of love, sex, violence, betrayal, and murder. Suggestive of dreams or memories, her films are non-linear and often disorienting—time overlaps and actors repeat lines, switch roles, or deliver directions aloud. In Family (2002), for example, grown men are cast as a mother and her infant son, playing out a domestic Freudian drama. Cytter’s films are strewn with cultural and historical references, reflecting her desire to recombine the recognizable in disorienting, absurdist, and often-humorous arrangements.

Keren Cytter, ‘Bouquet (Detail)’, 2014, Noga Gallery of Contemporary Art
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About the work
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Keren Cytter
Israeli, b. 1977
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Keren Cytter’s films focus on the creation of a fictional world for the purpose of entertainment, incorporating stories of love, sex, violence, betrayal, and murder. Suggestive of dreams or memories, her films are non-linear and often disorienting—time overlaps and actors repeat lines, switch roles, or deliver directions aloud. In Family (2002), for example, grown men are cast as a mother and her infant son, playing out a domestic Freudian drama. Cytter’s films are strewn with cultural and historical references, reflecting her desire to recombine the recognizable in disorienting, absurdist, and often-humorous arrangements.

Keren Cytter

Bouquet (Detail), 2014

Sharpie on vinyl leather
112 3/5 × 54 7/10 in
286 × 139 cm
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