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Tracey Snelling Woman on the Run
Artforum review
video interview at 21c:
You Tube
video of Woman on the Run
Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art
Frist Center for Visual Arts
SECCA
21c Museum
Woman on the Run Website

exhibition dates:
September 13 - December 30, 2012
Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art
Virginia Beach, VA

March 1 – May 27, 2012
Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art
Winston-Salem, North Carolina

September 9, 2011 - February 5, 2012
Frist Center for the Visual Art
Nashville, Tennessee

October 2010 - January 2011
21c Museum
Louisville, KY

November 21 2009 - January 3 2010
Smack Mellon
Brooklyn, NY

9 Oct – 9 Nov 2008
Selfridges
London

Woman on The Run is a multimedia project exploring a fragmented narrative about a film noir heroine. The protagonist, a combination of femme fatales from 1950's and 1960's crime thrillers, is trying to escape her unwritten fate. A crime has taken place, and she is wanted for questioning. Clues are given about what might have happened and who the woman is; it is for the viewer to decide whether she the victim, or the perpetrator; a study in feminism or the manifestation of outdated perceptions of women?

Each time the exhibition is shown, it is set up in a completely different way. Additional elements, such as signs, billboards and videos, are added and/or changed to continually change and enhance the installation and story. Collaborator Idan Levin and I are presently developing a new version of Woman on the Run that will accompany the istallation in an offsite location, called Woman on the Run Redux.
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