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Pipilotti Rist uses moving image to ‘discover new ways of configuring the world, both the world outside and the world within.’ Since the start of her career in the 1980s, she has radically changed the way we look at and experience moving images, creating works that deliberately disrupt viewing conventions. Her 1999 work I Couldn’t Agree With You More, of which this is a still, consists of two overlapping projections – one large and one very small. In the former, a woman films herself walking around a supermarket and an apartment, while the second projection – of naked figures in green and hazy woodland – flits across her face like a vision or a dream. I Couldn’t Agree With You More featured in Eyeball Massage, Rist’s 2012 solo exhibition at the Hayward Gallery.

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  • Title: I Couldn’t Agree with You More
  • Creator: Pipilotti Rist
  • Date Created: 1999
  • Location Created: London, United Kingdom
  • Rights: © Pipilotti Rist. Courtesy the artist, Hauser & Wirth and Luhring Augustine.
  • Medium: Audio – video installation still Loops 9:36 min., 8:35 Min

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