07.11.14
Make Your Maker

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  Lucy continues to provoke the biological edge of the body with her new film MAKE YOUR MAKER, taking on the domain of genetic manipulation and human cloning. She delivers a world where clones are edible; their sensory effects absorbed through the body. Written and directed by Lucy McRae, MAKE YOUR MAKER responds to the idea that ‘Food and the body are inseparable’; a dialogue developed alongside Nahji Chu, the savant owner of Australian cult restaurant MissChu. We see a lone woman fastidiously prepare and distill human body parts, using her own body as a test bed, fusing gender and blending ego like a chef constitutes food. Her laboratory references the wet and somewhat grotty kitchens found in dimsum markets; the basement housing her inventions. We see her curiousity in process, operating an assembly line of kitchen appliances big enough to steam a body. Duplicates are cut precisely with facial cutters, dissected according to her mathematical matrix, sealed and then packaged for consumption. A Lucy McRae film commissioned by Misschu Director and Writer Lucy McRae Producer Beatriz de Rijke Executive Producer Lou Weis Cinematography Christian Paulussen Editor Phil Currie Model Rolien Zonneveld Original Music James O’Connell Sound Engineer Martin Leitner Color Grading Norman Nisbet Post Production Larsen VFX Art Direction Lucy McRae Assistant Art Director Maaike Fransen Art Department Interns Jeffrey Heiligers, Malou van Dijck, Alexandra Stück, Lisa van den Heuvel and Charlotte Jonckheer Behind Scenes Camille Parthesius