Deirdre Logue

2005, 03:48 minutes, colour, N/A


Blue describes the co-dependency within. Two images of the artist are seen sharing the same breath. As one inhales the other concedes, then as if owed her turn, the other waits for a vital contribution.

Blue is part of Why Always Instead of Just Sometimes, a selection of 12 short works about aging, breaking down and reparation. They are works that describe our need for intimacy and our fears of exposure. They are always, when we really wish they were just sometimes.

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