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2001, 9 minutes, b&w, silent

A love letter of sorts to the individual in the age of biotechnical reproduction. “The 100th Undone” takes on the textures of analog media to create a personalized pre-history for future human clones.

"a whip-smart, unsettling, and oddly touching reflection on the genome, cloning advances, and the 'post-human' future." Ioannis Mookas The Independent

Named one of the top ten best avant-garde works of 2001 by the "Village Voice."