Predator Dance

$250.00 USD

MP4 with sound
1 min. 29 sec.
ed. 100

This video Predator Dance is an excerpt from Vía Cruxis (Stations of the Cross) which follows the path Jesus took in Jerusalem to be crucified. In Mexico, as in all other Christian based societies, Good Friday is a day of organized penitence and mourning for Christ’s death but a very different tradition has emerged in Carrillo Puerto, an isolated village in the mountains of Chiapas in southern Mexico. What has evolved is an irreverent, chaotic, and carnivalesque celebration of the absurd.


Hazel Hill McCarthy III Hazel Hill McCarthy III is a Los Angeles based artist. Exploring experiential filmmaking, she directed the feature Bight of the Twin with Genesis Breyer P-Orridge and initiated into a series of powerful and serendipitous rituals in voudun (voodoo) in West Africa’s twin culture. The film screened at Rubin Museum of Art, Museo Tamayo, Portland Institute for Contemporary Art and others. Her short films have screened at the Warhol Museum, the Barbican and Institute of Contemporary Art in London (ICA).

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