For love of all at once, take me now

Kenneth Doren and Danielle McCullloch

2000, 10:00 minutes, colour,


This experimental video explores the relationship between camera, dancer, and landscape. In the spirit of discovery, both camera and dancer enjoy an equal opportunity to abandon themselves in the moment. The camera provides a synthetic view. The camera provides a synthetic view. The landscape is organic matter, a living entity that incorporates, forgives, connects, and plays with what id in it. its experience is always primary. The dancer, who is born in a technological society and also contains organic matter, mediates between the two in an attempt to find some sort of relationship.

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