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Rarely seen photographic work by the pioneering avant-garde American filmmaker.
In the 1970s Dwoskin moved to London and cemented himself in the avant-garde film scene. Although wheelchair bound, having suffered Polio as a child, he used film and more specifically his photographic practice as a means to explore the human body. By splicing and superimposing the bodies of models, Dwoskin’s intensely intertwines the pleasure and pain states of physicality and memory.