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Green and Red, but Terracotta Red, 2020, 16mm to Digital, black & white, 9 min.



We are looking through the mirror of time, into distorted memories, while several narrators tell us about the most vivid colours in their dreams.

The film consists of a collage of 16mm found footage that was further processed and decayed using a gentle combination of bleaching techniques. This process partially lifts the emulsion from the film base and allows to re-position it by hand. Faces are warped, homes collapse, memories fade and blur.


The narration is from the anthology Dreams by Delia  Derbyshire.

Selected Exhibitions


Peripheries Experimental Film & Video Festival, Boston, USA 

Pleasure Dome - Toronto, CA​

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