Falling Among Cedars

Carolyn Doucette

2012, 14:31 minutes, colour, English

TAPECODE 1017.01

Falling Among Cedars concerns the connection between humans and nature, the limits of our bodies and the environment and the fragility of this relationship as a representation of contemporary fears. Beyond the world of appearances, the trees are the equivalents of the body, revealing the state of things where everything is possible. The landscape imitates our inner dreamlike world - one of silence, stillness and mystery, in search of the fathomlessness of being.

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