Queer Carrie Project

It may have taken 6 years to complain about men but they’ve done something about it.

Sex and the Remix: Season 1

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15 comments on “Queer Carrie Project

  1. Remixing says:

    [...] heard someone introduce themselves as a remixer – Elisa Kreisinger. You should check out her Queer Carrie [...]

  2. [...] mashes-up/remixes TV shows into fun lesbian/queer content. For example, she’s known for her Queer Carrie remixes of Sex and the City, which turn the show into a full-on lesbian series (Watch her amazing [...]

  3. [...] finally finished the year-long project that was QueerCarrie. I was not a fan of the feminist-lite franchise but I was intrigued by the societal expectations it [...]

  4. [...] Voici le générique du projet, et le premier épisode. Pour la suite, rendez-vous sur le site d’Elisa Kreisinger: [...]

  5. [...] 23rd, 2011 § Leave a Comment While I was watching the Queer Carrie Project the other day, on Pop Culture Pirate, I started reading through Elisa Kreisinger’s blog and [...]

  6. [...] course I didn’t have the patience to see much of it, but I love the concept behind QueerCarrie project. The idea is to re-edit the Sex and The City episodes so the dialogues and stories become [...]

  7. [...] of the main bloggers of PRV, Elisa Kreisinger, is most well known for remixing Sex and the City episodes to have queer undertones, all in an attempt to deconstruct stereotypical heterosexual [...]

  8. [...] writing of remix history altogether. Calling herself a “pop culture pirate”, Kreisinger’s Queer Carrie series (2010) are five-minute remixed episodes of entire seasons of Sex in the City with heteronormative [...]

  9. [...] writing of remix history altogether. Calling herself a “pop culture pirate”, Kreisinger’s Queer Carrie series (2010) are five-minute remixed episodes of entire seasons of Sex in the City with heteronormative [...]

  10. [...] writing of remix history altogether. Calling herself a “pop culture pirate”, Kreisinger’s Queer Carrie series (2010) are five-minute remixed episodes of entire seasons of Sex in the City with heteronormative [...]

  11. [...] I still love it, though. And, on a whole, I think that the series had a lot of positive, progressive moments. This is certainly true if one is looking at the series from a sort of Second-Wave feminist point of view, although it is probably less so if one is looking at the series through a different feminist lens or a queer lens. (The show ignores quite a few class-based or race-based issues, a commonly cited problem of the so-called Second Wave. Where are the non-white characters? Isn’t it handy how the series completely glosses over the absolute financial impossibility of Carrie’s wardrobe?) Y’all should definitely check out blogger Elisa Kreisinger’s QueerCarrie Project. [...]

  12. [...] wanted to share a link to a remix artist who is has done some pretty incredible work recently. Until recently I have [...]

  13. [...] The Best Remix.Visiting Artist Talks.Pop Culture.Source Material & ContextQueerCarrie Project.PressWhat’s a remix?TV shows and movies I deem least depressing.Writing [...]

  14. [...] on Facebook, Twitter and blogs,” says video remix artist Elisa Kreisinger, creator of the Queer Carrie Project. “But there’s nothing like WAM!Prom, where we see feminist friends in real life and dance our [...]

  15. [...] particularly liked your project on Sex and the City.  I found SATC  to be a particularly frustrating show because it had so many good starting [...]

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