Hiti & Dena
2008, 7:26, SD video, in collaboration with Nadine Sobel
Hiti & Dena explores the childhood pastime of “dress up” by utilizing Native American and Inuit paper dolls purchased by Sobel on a trip to Alaska. As outfits are tried on, so are new identities, and a fantasy is created. The fantasy ends when the artists are returned home to New York City.
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The Niche in the Fine Arts Library, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA