An implied narrative is unknowingly performed by ‘real actors’ on a ‘real stage’. The images are placed at the intersection of documentary and poetry, found and made. Polarities are at play. The men and women are neither happy nor sad but are within themselves. Windows, mirrors and frames draw the viewer in, to subconsciously ask “What’s their story ?”, “What sack of rocks might they be carrying ?”, “What do I have in common ?”. The answer is suspended. It’s an untold story left open for the viewer to complete.
October 21, 2014