Holly Zausner: Unsettled Matter
Edward Hopper House Museum & Study Center is pleased to announce a multimedia installation featuring Holly Zausner’s 2015 film, Unsettled Matter. By radically re-configuring the exhibition space at the museum, we invite viewers to immerse themselves in Zausner’s portrait of a place with, “no people, no cars, just me walking, sometimes running through an empty city” where, she says, “something has gone wrong in the world—but what, exactly?” Zausner’s solitary figure passes furtively through the environment in much the same way Hopper’s secretive city dwellers lurk in the shadows of bridges, windows and doorways. For the creation of this film, Zausner returned frequently to New York from Berlin to collaborate with feature film cinematographer, Mott Hupfel, known for his work on The Savages, The American Astronaut and The Cobbler.
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