Why I Didn't Become a Dancer Trailer

Why I Didn't Become a Dancer Trailer (1995)

01 January 1995 6 mins

Emin uses her emotional life as the source and subject matter of her art. This takes the form of narrative or documentation of traumatic events such as the death of a family member or close friend, her rape and her abortions, coupled with the direct expression of such feelings as love, hate, anger, fear and desire. By sharing thoughts and feelings of the type for which people are generally made to feel ashamed, Emin taps into collective experience in an affirmative way.

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Why I Never Became a Dancer Trailer

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United Kingdom 01 January 1995

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