Three Illuminated Videos
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Kyle Barrett, “Illuminated: Antisyzygy” (8:40) — Blending film and painting, the video postulates several questions arising from the COVID-19 pandemic via the notion of “antisyzygy” or the in-between state in which, globally, society has found itself. Ilona Krawczyk, “More than one voice” (10:00) — Why do I feel connected to something which is beyond me, which comes from the past, which I don’t understand? But there are those moments of unconsciousness that come out. Charlotta Grimfjord Cederblad, “Preparation” (10:17) — This video is an observation of what we prepare for when we prepare for performance, of how we prepare for the fact that we soon will be watched, of how we imagine that we are being watched and of what happens with the body when we think that no one is watching.
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