"Random Evocations via Berlin takes a pseudo-narrative approach, with nicely integrated (if, indeed, random-seeming) sequences invoking time, transience, love, tourism ... and zombies (?).” - Bill O’Driscoll, City Paper, March 21, 2012.
Random Evocations via Berlin
Single-channel video, 9min., color, stereo.
Random Evocations via Berlin was started as part of an artist residency with S.LOW Projekt in Berlin during the summer of 2010. It was shot in Berlin, Madrid, and Pittsburgh, and finished in the winter of 2012.
It was shown as a work-in progress during the residency and premiered in Pittsburgh for the international exhibition “Overlapping Memories” at SPACE Gallery in February of 2012.
As the title indicates, the piece is a collection of random images, writings, and sounds that were compiled together during the dislocated state of being a cultural observer while traveling and over a period of 18 months.
Music is by Hector Moro.