All photos from the Installation: Janet Biggs, Girls and Horses, Chassie Post Gallery, New York, New York, 1996.

Title Photo: George Biggs, 1971

Background photo: Amanda Riding Diplomaat. Still from video projection. 1996.

Video still inserts, from left to right:

Jacqui and Marc Playing Horsey

Eda Faye on a Coin Operated Horse

Lola and Susan Playing Horsey

Brittany and Arthur Playing Horsey

Caroline and Karen Playing Horsey

Lila, Rebecca, and Regina on the Merry-Go-Round

Molly and Andrew Playing Horsey

Justine on a Stick Pony.

Design: Robert Cmar


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Evans, Nicholas, The Horse Whisperer (New York: Delacorte Press, 1995), p. 108.

Karr, Mary, The Liars' Club (New York: Penguin Books, 1995), p. 183.

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Shaffer, Peter, Equus (London: Penguin Plays, 1973), p. 17, 48, 70-74. All text reproduced without stage direction.

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