LeBlanc / Dugas

2016, 60:00 minutes, colour, English


FLOW: BIG WATERS is a video and soundwork project that includes 12 videos and 12 soundworks. Recognized as one of the largest swamp complexes in the United States, the Everglades is actually a slow moving fresh water ecosystem. Focusing on the passage of man in this River of Grass, the project examines ideas of swamps as metaphors for decay and ruin, as well as transformative agents of physical and spiritual states.

The videos include:
Exotic Vs Exotic, Nike, Pilgrimage, Nocturnal Submersion, Things, Death in the Morning (feathers), Death in the Morning (water), Sweet Water Strand, Cumulative, Yonder, In the Swamp, and One Hour.

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