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Andrea Zittel in "Consumption"
From her experimental home and clothing projects to her artificial Pocket Property island off the coast of Denmark, Andrea Zittel is an artist who truly “lives” art. “We’re obsessed with perfection, we’re obsessed with innovation and moving forwards. But what we really want is the hope of some sort of a new and improved or better tomorrow.”
Filmed in Zittel’s Brooklyn home and studio, which serves as her artful business A-Z Administrative Services, the artist takes the viewer on a tour of her specially designed bathroom, furniture, and wardrobe—a whimsical blend of the artist’s Southern California roots and 20th Century Modernist design philosophy.More information
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Andrea Zittel transforms everything necessary for life—such as eating, sleeping, bathing, and socializing—into artful experiments in living. Zittel’s A-Z West, a thirty-five acre residential and studio complex in the California high desert, is a testing ground for the artist’s innovative sculptures, installations, and design projects.
“We’re obsessed with perfection, we’re obsessed with innovation and moving forwards. But what we really want is the hope of some sort of a new and improved or better tomorrow.”