United States, 2013, 3’
Broken Tongue is an ode to the freedom of movement, association, and expression. It pays homage to the diaspora of the different waves of migration, and challenges the way we represent our narratives. It is a search for a renewed consciousness, for reinvention, a “what if”, the formal equivalent of (…)
A Willing Suspension of Disbelief + Photography and Fetish
United States, 2014, 17’
A response to an 1850 daguerreotype of a young American-born enslaved woman named Delia. Delia was photographed stripped bare as visual evidence in support of an ethnographic study by the Swiss-born naturalist professor Louis Agassiz, who held that racial characteristics are a result of differing human origins.
An Ecstatic Experience
United States, 2015, 6’
A meditative invocation on transcendence as a means of restoration.