All My Sons

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"So we declare ourselves to be twins, Symmetrical creatures of a whim of nature,
henceforth we shall be the same age, the same height, with the same hair, walking
the highways and byways of the world in identical striped clothes with the same bow
tied under our chins. People will turn around and look after us, half touched and half
scornful, as always happens when something reminds them of the mysteries of their
own beginnings." (Man Without Qualities/ Robert Musil)
This text is the voiceover in the last scene of a video work reconstructing the future
history of Effie and Amir's eight, out of dozens of, possible children.
The kids, animated characters, whose faces composed from the artists' facial
features in the same way police identikits are made, are planted in their parents real

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