The Grimm Sisters are the culmination of the ongoing dialogue between Rachel Isaac and Rochelle Dinkin, spanning a period of seventeen years. Their collaboration seems most authentically a 'duet' - two individual instruments hearing and responding to a particular groove.
The narratives in their individual work 'play' with many parallel concepts, issues and preoccupations. Identity and boundaries, both psychological and aesthetic are explored. Visual language used archetypically in the fairy tale, resonates in both of their works and are meant to intone responses in our deepest primordial consciousness.