Family Portrait

Rachel Echenberg

2016, 02:14 minutes, colour, No Dialogue


A family sits together on a couch. Each one, in turn, begins to blow up a balloon. As the objects expand the space becomes compressed and the individuals become erased.

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Critical Writing

Body and Screen
by Margaret Morse. Wide Angle, Jan. 1999, v. 21, no. 1.
Luc Courchesne: Interactive Games and Dialogues
by Unknown. Interactive Portraits, 1993. Ottawa: National Gallery of Canada, 1993.