In a small boat adrift, the characters stop paddling and settle for death. Surrounded by the horizon line, they reminisce about the past. Common Depth transforms the straight horizon into a circular line in a new encounter with the poetry of Limite, 1930’s Brazilian film directed by Mário Peixoto. Composed of digitally manipulated fragments this experiment distorts the images and soundtrack of Peixoto’s film, evidencing its materiality and following its aesthetic exploration on the limitations of human existence.
Installation view, Kresge Arts Center, East Lansing, MI.
Emerging, juried group exhibition, 2019
ARC Gallery, Chicago, IL
Ibrida – Festival Delle Arti Intermediali, curated video screening, 2019
Program by Duo Strangloscope / Fabbrica delle Candele, Forlì, Italy
Storytelling: Time-Based Dialogues With Communities, curated time-based program, 2019
MSU Broad Art Lab, East Lansing, MI
Changing Climates – An Exhibition Of Reflection, curated group exhibition, 2019
University of Skövde, The Seed Box and Marinmuseum, Karlskrona, Sweden
I bring you some water lost in your memory(…), solo exhibition, 2018
Kresge Arts Center, East Lansing, MI