Can’t Leave It Alone, again (2004 & 2009)


Can’t Leave it Alone, again (2004 & 2009) is a conversation between four barn animals and a young, infertile, woman that is contemplating the cloning of herself.  This 33 minutes conversation covers many of the social, political, legal, moral, ethical, familial and personal unintended consequences of human (and animal) cloning.  Each character voices their strong, and sometimes, ill-conceived opinions about cloning – especially when they have relatives and friends that have been cloned already!  This installation was presented originally at the University of Wisconsin, La Crosse as an 8-channel work in 2004.  I later converted it as a 5-channel work in 2009.

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