1990, 08:30 minutes, colour


Aya is an aquatic dance video, shot with an underwater camera, costumes, sets and lighting.

Aya, c'est un titre qui vient d'ailleurs: une roche sème l'amour, une danse qui se dévoile sous l'eau, un décor en suspension, une musique qui respire et une éternelle histoire d'amour.

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Critical Writing

Seeing Yellow: Asian Film and Representation
by Richard Fung. Fuse, Winter 1991, v. 14, no. 3.