There is a spider living between us > Single Channel Video

Single channel video projection, 2009

6:45 min

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Excerpt from There is a spider living between us, single channel video, 2009
 

Artist Statement

This experimental short considers desire - the yearning for two, to become one. Such assimilation also exists in the array of techniques used in the video film -- photo collage, still frame and cell drawing animation. We wander through layers of language, lesbian sexuality and tribadism - a sexual act that is simultaneously both fusing and scissoring. In the end we are delivered into a dark void, a space to reflect on the nature of oneness.

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Exhibition History

Solo exhibitions
2011
The Incidental Self, Barbara Gross Galerie, Munich
There is a spider living between us, La Centrale Galerie Powerhouse, Montreal

Screenings

2014

BFI Flare: 28th LGBT Film Festival, London

2013

Lost & Found, De Oude Kerk, Amsterdan, curated by Alma Mathijsen and Julia van Mourik

Hundreds Years of Experimentation (1913-2013) - A Retrospective of Indian Cinema and Video, Films Division, Mumbai

HETERO Q.B., Museu Nacional de Arte Contemporânea, Museu do Chiado, Lisbon

Videogud Festival, Uppsala, Sweden

Human Frames, Cinesonic & Geothe Institute, Amsterdam & Werkstatt der Kulturen, Berlin

Human Frames - Desire, Societe de Curiosites

Nuit Blanche, Paris

2011

Monitor 6: New South Asian Short Film & Video Screening, curated by Richard Fung

Human Frames: Ten Psychological States, a touring program of experimental art and cinema curated by Silke Schmikl and Gerard & Stéphane Gérard

2010
Monitor 6, SAVAC, Toronto

Mclntosh Gallery, Ontario

Articule, Montreal

3rd i's Queer Eye, San Francisco International South Asian Film Festival, San Francisco 

Frictive Familiarites, Biografteatern Rio, Stockholm, curated by Diana Kaur

2009

Pink Screens Film Festival, Cinema Nova, Brussels