I am a genius.
I am a visionary. A renegade. An innovator.
I demand perfection. I expect the best.
I will make something the likes of which the world has never seen. And if I fail, I will simply do it all again.
Traveling across genres and historical contexts, One Shot pits two bodies against recorded images in a battle for creative control. It examines the gender and class politics of artistic risk, challenging and re-framing implicit standards of success, permission, and autonomy. In a space between the physical and the digital, it asks what it means to take creative risks in a society where most are only granted one shot.