“Seeing Things, Headscarf,” quad-screen silhouettes of a woman donning a scarf prompt questions about ethnic profiling and anti-Muslim bias: What’s the big deal about headscarves? Who decides when scarves are fashion statements, when they signify devotion, - repression? Will she be deported? Riffing on the popular video "100 ways to tie a scarf", “Seeing Things, Headscarf” sources include Audrey Hepburn wearing scarf-and-sunglasses in "Charade", Hijab, bridal veils, the Virgin Mary. This 4-channel, non-linear video installation produces infinitely random juxtapositions.
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