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Susan MacWilliam
Margot Niederland

Inbred Hybrid Collective

Inbred Hybrid Collective was established in 2005. Our mandate is to stimulate a consciousness of the external factors affecting our human existence. The type of interventions associated with Inbred Hybrid Collective, achieved as artistic concept, constitute a provocation for the public to reflect upon the influence that this immersion has had upon them. Our work has appeared in venues as diverse as the Liverpool Independents Biennial (visual installation), Queens Museum of Art (sound art), Deitch Projects (film), and the Ontario Crafts Council (visual installation). Uncredited appearances include the cover (and throughout) Slava Mogutin's "NYC Gogo" due to visual installations we did through Linda Simpson's Slurp, set design for the IFC Halloween spot on the Voluptuous Horror Of Karen Black , and an acting role in Michelle Handleman's "Dorian" (currently on view at Participant Gallery). Recently we made history as the first sanctioned performance artist invited to perform at the Armory Art Fair but we also do video, sound, installation, production, and nightlife events.

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PHOTO CREDIT: Ves Pitts



OTHER LINKS:
http://nakedattic.blogspot.com/2007/11/david-medalla-four-aces-participatory.html
http://current.com/items/89984357_no-swimming.htm?xid=89
http://mycomrade.com/news#237

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