Walking with Arms

Kinga Araya

2002, 04:00 minutes, colour, n/a


The video presents a year long documentation of walking in Jarry park in Montreal. The toy-like looking extensions for the arms are made of maple wood and leather. These paradoxical prostheses do not facilitate the bodily movements. On the contrary, they present grotesque attachments that communicate the very impossibility of undertaking any unrestrained journey through time and space.

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by Kinga Araya. Wagadu, Fall 2009, v. 7.