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Susan Mogul: Prosaic Portraits, Ironies, and Other Intimacies – An Eastern European Diary Artist Project Series

Main Gallery Jan 17–Feb 10, 1991

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Susan Mogul: Prosaic Portraits, Ironies, and Other Intimacies – An Eastern European Diary Artist Project Series
Jan 17–Feb 10, 1991

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91 Susan Mogul
Susan Mogul: Prosaic Portraits, Ironies, and Other Intimacies—An Eastern European Diary, 1991, Installation view, Santa Monica Museum of Art

Mogul’s video diary of her travels to Poland, Czechoslovakia, and Yugoslavia during the summer of 1990, presented a within an installation that simulated her apartment in Warsaw, reflected her fascination with individuals living in extreme situations. Drawing on her affinity with the poetic irony prevalent in Eastern European art and literature, Mogul also presented an idiosyncratic and intimate conversational monologue based upon her three-month visit to Eastern Europe.