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France Rreally is an artist and filmmaker in New York City. He works primarily in moving image, performance, and multimedia sculpture to play with themes of queer surrealism and techno-magical reality. He uses accessible materials like consumer digital cameras, handmade sets, and found ephemera to guide journeys between banal everyday life and ridiculous digi-magical fairytale worlds. With a world in flux, systems can be undermined, human identity and form is fluid, and reality itself is complex and customizable--empowering users to take what's in reach to create their ideal lives.

He is a member of the NYC/Philadelphia film and video art collective Krissy Talking Pictures and has performed and screened his work online and around North America and Europe including at BRIC Arts Media, the Hudson Valley Museum of Contemporary Art, Sameheads Berlin, and various film festivals such as Film Diary NYC, Antimatter Media Art, and Cactus Club Independent Film Festival. He lives and works in New York City, where he is always becoming and re-becoming himself.


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