Noa Schiller / Group V, Oct 97 - Mar 98
BEFEJEZETT MUNKA (FINAL PROJECTS)
3/13/98 to 3/29/98
MAK Center for Art and Architecture L.A at the Schindler House, 835 North Kings Road, West Hollywood, CA
Noa Schiller (aka Zsuzsa Schiller) a photographer from Budapest, exhibited her black and white work with ethnic communities in "Flashback," presenting both a review of her time spent in the U.S. and a commentary on cultural traditions and customs. Considering issues of belonging and identity, her previous work had dealt with the daily lives of people in their own environments and their interactions with others from different places and political structures. She was particularly interested in how local customs may affect a non-native group and their traditions and the sometimes strange and remarkable adaptations that may result. While based in Los Angeles, Schiller worked with local communities as well as groups based in Mexico, Arizona, and Las Vegas.