The Physics of Love

Diane Bonder

1998, 24:00 minutes, English


The Physics of Love is an experimental videotape which tells the story of an unresolved relationship. Using the laws of science as metaphor, the work explores domestic labour, disease, violence and desire, and the way in which the social becomes inscribed on the body. While the laws of physics anchor reality the work of ghosts unhinges it.

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