by Bea HAUT
2017 / 16mm / b&w / sound / 1S / 2' 40
I knew my father briefly before he died in 2009. Symbolic and fragmented my relationship with him was an assemblage: a mismatch of lost memories, hauntings and a stark reality that was impossible to synchronise. This last portrait becomes another layer of unreliable memory and leaves me again with irresolvable slippage and dissonance.
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