Productionyear: 2006


“We must be still and still moving” (TS Eliot, Four Quartets) ”No more forms, but instead, cinematic relations between unformed elements.” (Deleuze & Parnet, Dialogues)
A crossing through a dark forest. A young woman keeps the wolves at bay with the help of matches. Searching out through the intervals, the chasm, the blank. Enduring. Making one’s own of continuity, suspension, standstill. Originally a video installation for two screens.

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A figure in a panda bear costume performs an erotic pole dance. On removing the panda’s head, a woman appears and steps up to the camera to deliver her own praises of a complex image of women, simultaneously strong and vulnerable, a potential powder keg.

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