2005, 05:30 minutes
Three channel video installation.
The landscape can be regarded as something external to us, which surrounds us: land, nature. But it is also what we project upon it: our own thoughts, fears and memories. In this way, landscape is mediated by our perception of a space, transforming it with autobiographical references. When perception is just whiteness, the landscape acts as a canvas on which to project our own memories. February is a video installation that stands in this borderline between perception and memory. Snow and ice become a site for investigation of concerns of loss, un/belonging, dis/connection, and home. It is transformed into a field of dreams, metaphorically charged, saturated with memories, histories and desires.
A dark room with three walls to project three videos. These can also be projected side by side.
Three DVD players.
Two sets of speakers.
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