HARD AS YOU CAN



Hard As You Can (2019) is a video artwork about the impact of David Fincher's 1999 film "Fight Club" on the development of alt-right men's groups over the last two decades.

Hard As You Can was commissioned by Prototype, an e-newsletter of experimental video art & short film, curated by Lauren Carroll Harris. In January 2020 Hard As You Can was listed in the BFI Sights & Sounds Top Video Essays of 2019. Hard As You Can was also a finalist in the inaugural Goolugatup Heathcote Digital Art Prize.

Watch the film and read Lauren's curatorial essay here.

Artwork details:
digital video, 11:50 minutes

Hard As You Can, 2020, still from video

Hard As You Can, 2020, still from video

Hard As You Can, 2020, still from video

Hard As You Can, 2020, still from video


Hard As You Can, 2020, still from video








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