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Poetic, gorgeously crafted and fiercely political, these three short films from the internationally acclaimed multimedia artist Tracey Moffatt are a vital contribution to the revolutionary aesthetics of First Peoples cinema.
Celebrated for her work in film, photography and video, Australian multimedia artist Tracey Moffatt is a central figure in contemporary First Peoples cinema and visual art. Distinguished by a highly stylized visual sheen that deliberately puts reality at a remove, Moffatt's films play on the conventions of classical cinema while undermining its implicit claim to cultural authority. Poetic, gorgeously crafted and fiercely political, Moffatt's work refuses to be confined to either the "narrative" or "avant-garde" fields, and constitutes a vital contribution to First Peoples cinema's redefinition of traditional cinematic norms.