Wednesday 19 November 2008

NIRO by Robertina Sebjanic

"This video dissects, hides and reveals intimacy and its place in contemporary world. In our time impersonality of social relations is highly valued, yet we simultaneously desperately aspire to authenticity and immediacy of simple personal contact. Through video this tension is articulated as a set of questions on how much intimacy there is, what is personal space, what limits it and what opens it. On the screen two faces, personalities, mental landscapes intersect, they are in a dialogue with each other, where merger brings turnabout: to enter in our, my, your space means to lose one's own space and to steal it from the other."
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