Special Guest Post: Rachel Maclean Takes London

2018 was definitely the year for Rachel Maclean in London.

The Scottish video artist is best known for her satirical films, made using green screen technology, which poke fun at our obsession with social media, self-image, childish culture, and kitsch. In many of her films, she plays all of the roles herself, using masks, prosthetics, and make-up, while her characters frequently lip sync to existing audio footage. In The Lion and the Unicorn (2012), which was made ahead of the Scottish ...

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