“Mirror is light. A tiny piece of mirror is always the whole mirror. Remove its frame or the lines of its edges, and it grows like spilling water.” Clarice Lispector

The moving image has unlimited flexibility and fluidity: like water and light, it is all-embracing and ultimately formless. The nature of an image is the material it is made of. It triggers experiences, activates our senses and informs our visual sensibilities. This experimental video explores relationships between the materials of water, light, and digital media, pushing narrative boundaries and exploring the moving image’s sensoriality.
I bring you some water lost in your memory, solo exhibition, 2018
Kresge Arts Center, East Lansing, MI

Diffraction

Year
2018
Media
Video
Duration
15 minutes
Sound by Marcos Serafim and Matias Brimmer.