THE ROLE OF FEAR is a series of autobiographical experimental documentaries based on the facts that had radically changed my life and artistic production: working for a small mafia in Mexico, my numerous experiences with paranormal phenomena, my expertise on the horror genre and the forced disappearance of my younger sister in 2012.
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THE ROLE OF FEAR – FROM CRIME TO ART – CHAPTER I
Full HD / color / stereo / 13′
From Crime to Art reveals my path from being a small-time criminal working for a mafia in Tepito, Mexico City to the decision of becoming an artist. This first part shows how my first artistic projects were developed at the edge of legality.
FROM CRIME TO ART – INSTALLATION VIEW
Each chapter and its related appendices will be shown in the form of video-installations in order to transform the museum in to a kind of “House of Horrors”, of real horrors.
Thanks to: HBK, Braunschweig / Corinna Schnitt / Ingo Schulz / Matties & Söhne / Niedersächsisches Ministerium für Wissenschaft und Kultur / KHM, Köln / Bahnhofslädchen, Braunschweig / Chemical Marriage / Private Culture / MEM1 / Javier Joaquín / Christian Espinosa / Jan Hinz / Dueker / BenzinpAnk / Institut für Grenzgebiete der Psychologie und Psychohygiene / Filmbüro Bremen