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Bunny Rogers

Bunny Rogers: Self Portrait as Clone of Jeanne D’Arc

On view at Hamburger Bahnhof  is Self Portrait as Clone of Jeanne D’Arc (2019),  an installation by Bunny Rogers, addressing the complexities of youthful femininity. Rogers draws inspiration from characters in television series, video games and the internet. Through personal and pop-culture references, her work explores themes of identity, sensitivity and vulnerability, as well as friendship and marginalisation. Self Portrait as Clone of Jeanne D’Arc is a 15-part, large-format series, where the artist takes on the role of Joan of Arc’s alter ego, reimagining her character in the animation series Clone High. The works represent the artist in different everyday life situations and transform the exhibition space into an atmospheric stage filled with pop-culture references and emotions.

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