First shown last year, this short film from Brooklyn-based artist Elizabeth Orr presents neoliberal superpowers Nicholas Negroponte and Hillary Clinton as performed by TV and film actor Jane Levy and New York City choreographer Mariana Valencia. Through gender- and race-bending performances, the characters elaborate on the early development of the Internet, their private lives, and anti-Cartesian philosophy.

The experimental narrative was filmed within a 360-degree tracking shot at Artists’ Space Books and Talks in New York City.

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