Georgia Wall was born and raised in New York, but is now practicing art in Chicago. Recently graduating from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago with an MFA, Wall is better known for creating collaborative short films, combining various disciplines of her performance and visual background. In the series of “Unseen Performances,” Wall flexes this duality, where a group of individuals unfold a story from “a performance that will remain unseen by all others. After these individuals have witnessed the event, they will provide accounts of what they have seen. Their narrative accounts create a new piece of work in which my body is no longer present.”
In Wall’s recent works, she has a heavier overlay of multiple voices narrating the story, bridging onto one another found in films “I.You.He.She.” or “Quant.” She describes this process as “seeking ways in which a performers physical identity can remain undefined.”
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