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Assume Nothing (2009)

Many of us assume that there are only two genders and that being female or male follows from the sex of our biological bodies. Focusing on the art, photography and performances of four "... See full summary »

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Kirsty MacDonald
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Many of us assume that there are only two genders and that being female or male follows from the sex of our biological bodies. Focusing on the art, photography and performances of four "alternative" gender artists Assume Nothing poses the questions: "What if "male" and "female" are not the only options? How do other genders express themselves through art?" Assume Nothing takes its title from the work of renowned NZ photographer Rebecca Swan's book "Assume Nothing" (2004), which reveals an extraordinary diversity of gender identity from the Pacific region and beyond. Assume Nothing creates "living" portraits of four artists featured in Swan's work, woven together by a portrait of Swan herself as an artist, blurring the conventions of documentary, animation, drama and gender in the process. Written by Kirsty MacDONALD

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Documentary

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Country:

New Zealand

Language:

English

Release Date:

7 March 2009 (New Zealand) See more »

Also Known As:

Ne pretpostavljam ništa See more »

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Budget:

NZD 45,000 (estimated)
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Girl-on-a-Bike Films See more »
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Color:

Color (MiniDV)

Aspect Ratio:

4:3 Letterbox
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