Psychogenic Fragments

Anna Anastasopoulou

1994, 14:00 minutes, English


Psychogenic Fragments is an experimental portrait revolving around an individual's reality in relation to society's misconception of her. The artist attempts to portray the myth of depression through one example of the kind of scenarios that are played out in the mind of an individual suffering from depression.

Four characters interact revealing their views, opinions, pain, suppression and struggles. They appear to be very different from each other. The viewer, however, will be able to judge whether there is as great a gap "behind the scenes".

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