|CAST||The Weird Girls|
With 10 Episodes past, Kitty felt it time to pull out the true challenge to body consciousness and produce an episode without costume. A bearing of the soul for all women involved. For the first time, the crew was all female. Kitty took the stunning track Tunglið by Ólafur Arnalds and set a piece which involved the women being free in a secret garden whilst the rain poured down. The final media produced has become secondary to the experience of the day in which women with various levels of image hang ups truly left behind their barriers, every one of them becoming naked inside and out.
Artist Statement: I take what is in my head and make it real. I am a child born of the emerging digital world and have a continual hunger to record what I do compulsively in digital form. My existence is a drop in the ocean, the documentation forms the ripples. My inspiration comes from childhood dreams, from synchronicity, from freeing those from their own constraints and a personal obsession with spandex. I proactively involve those outside of art to become art, to live art, to feel art. Those who are entangled in what I do, what I make, are often completely unknown to me before we merge ourselves together. Undercurrents of female empowerment run deep, specifically with regard to the female form but come secondary to creating visual imagery that envelops the viewer in a candyland, making their mouths water - summoning without them knowing why there is a sudden desire to come out to play. I have not studied art and am unaware what is standard. The more I create the more I want to.
Nominated Best Music Video Award – Northern Wave Film Festival 2010