Lack Of Communication

Maurice Carroll

1992, 13:00 minutes, B&W, English


" Lack Of Communication" is a set of short interviews with a Columbian photographer now living in Canada. In the interview the photographer talks of what photography means to him.
"Lack of Communication" takes the form of three interviews in three languages. This represents the growing number of distinct cultures now living in a multi-cultural society. As more people become displaced, for what ever reason; politics, economics or religion, they still retain their individuality. People become isolated in these communities.
"With the three interviews I hope there is a point when the audience cannot understand the photogrpaher's language. The audience will feel isolated and begin to understand the feelings of these displaced peoples." -M.C.

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