Regina Frank's Former Works
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"Sans Souci" was
"L'Adieu- Pearls before Gods" - Here I spent 28
days in the Broadway window of the New Museum of Contemporary Art working for 28 different hourly wages.
"Hermes' Mistress" was almost two
years of travel in, under and with a-dress gathering interesting bits of information.
In "Searching for Babata" I was catching
thoughtflies in a golden cage.
"Natura Viva" was a stil-live. A dress, wilting and
blossing- transitory and liquid like information.
These five examples of work are "grown" in collaboration with Edward Stein who I want to thank for his
continous exchange, effort and "on-line remote control and reflection" since 1992.