A sphinx-like allegory that plumbs the depths of physical and metaphorical surfaces, Flower hovers between straightforward narration and sublimated abstraction.

Wavelengths

Flower

Naoko Tasaka

Playing as part of Wavelengths 2: Now & Then

Naoko Tasaka's sphinx-like Flower unfolds like a children's story before it plumbs the depths of both a physical and metaphorical surface, as straightforward narration gives way to sublimated abstraction. Employing a number of multi-format techniques, Flower displays a compelling, duelling impulse that hovers between a grid and a waterfall.

ANDRÉA PICARD

Screenings

Sat Sep 07

Jackman Hall

Regular
8:30pm