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thEM x Miranda July Badge

"It's kind of exciting, but it's also kind of boring. You keep walking".
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$80.00
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This piece forms part of a larger body of work entitled 'The Hallway' created for the Yokohama Triennial, 2008 at The Hara Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo, Japan.

"A 125 foot hallway lined with fifty wooden signs, hand-painted with text. As the viewer/participant walks down the seemingly endless hall, weaving between the signs, the text acts as an internal voice, “It’s too late to go back now, but the end seems far away…” The “you” in text realizes that you’ll be walking down this hallway for the rest of your life. And like life, the hall is filled with indecision, disappointment, boredom and joy – and it does end." - Miranda July

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Spot clean only (do not dry clean). Do not iron. Contains magnets

A filmmaker, artist, and writer, Miranda's most recent work is SERVICES, and artwork created with Jay Benedicto and produced by MACK Books.

Her writing has appeared in The Paris Review, Harper’s, and The New Yorker; It Chooses You was her first book of non-fiction. She wrote, directed and starred in The Future and Me and You and Everyone We Know — winner of the Camera d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival and a Special Jury Prize at Sundance, and re-released by The Criterion Collection in 2020. Her third feature film, Kajillionaire, stars Evan Rachel Wood.

July’s participatory art includes the website Learning to Love You More (with artist Harrell Fletcher), Eleven Heavy Things (a sculpture garden created for the 2009 Venice Biennale), New Society (a performance), and Somebody (a messaging app created with Miu Miu.)

A book of all her work to date was published by Prestel in April 2020. Raised in Berkeley, California, July lives in Los Angeles.

Proceeds from this badge go to Transforming Family.

“Transforming Family was incredibly important for my family when we were at the very start of our child’s gender journey. Some paths must be walked alone – this isn’t one of those!” - Miranda July