You Must Come In!

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Zoe Strauss, photo. The film If You Break the Skin, You Must Come In takes its title from this photograph.

From Zoe Strauss, international art star soon to be international film star:

CONTROVERSIAL NEW DOCUMENTARY FILM SCREENS FRIDAY AT ICA

PHILADELPHIA ­ The controversial new documentary If You Break the Skin, You Must Come In will be shown as a one-night only pre-release public screening at the Philadelphia Institute of Contemporary Art on March 23rd, 2007 at 7:30PM.

SERIOUSLY! THIS IS HUGE NEWS! DHS TRIED TO CENSOR THIS FILM AND IT WAS IN LITIGATION AND NON-STOP LAWYERS WERE INVOLVED AND NOW WE HAVE TO HAVE THIS SHOTGUN SHOWING! DON’T MISS IT! FOR REAL!

In 2006, The Philadelphia Institute of Contemporary Art, The Big Picture Alliance, The Achieving Independence Center and The Philadelphia Public Art Project came together to create an intense summer program in which 8 young adults from the Achieving Independence Center were hired to create a documentary about photographer and installation artist Zoe Strauss. If You Break the Skin, You Must Come In is the documentation of this ambitious project: a multi-layered film about Zoe Strauss’s life and work, about the lives of the 8 youths who participated in this summer project, about the relationships that formed during the course of the project and the young adults views on contemporary art, including their opinions about Ms. Strauss¹s work.

If You Break the Skin, You Must Come In
Directed by David Kessler.
Structured and filmed by Phylicia Allen, Daliyl Burton, Tracy Curtis, Shante Davis, Charday Laverty, Tameme McQueen, Misha Sims and Diane Woodlyn.

If You Break The Skin, You Must Come In
March 23rd, 2007
7:30 PM
Philadelphia ICA
118 S 36th St

Contact: Zoe Strauss
info@zoestrauss.com

Disclaimer: Libby and Roberta have small cameo roles (we’re talking three seconds tops) in this movie.

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david kessler, ica, if you break the skin, zoe strauss

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