This ongoing series, currently made up of six short videos fit for the twenty-first century and all its attendant anxieties of vigilance and control.
It is a composite world, where time, place and premonitions collapse and context continually shifts. Overtones of hysteria and self-identification reproduced from memories on digital cards. It does not directly hold a single narrative instead opting to explore multiple notions of cinema.
Re-presented and estranged histories, memories and meanings conflate those stereotyped by popular culture blurring the boundary between the imaginary and the real. The societal impulse that draws us to the subtle, intimate and extremely personal darker side of life becomes historical but arguably unauthenticated.
What I did during the war
Part 1: Fear
Part 2: Money
Part 3: Sex
Part 4: Art
Part 5: Blood chit
Part 6: Dreaming (not sleeping)