June 24 - July 22, 2016
No self-respecting movie advertisement would go out these days without a blurb. Creon issues and orders that no one is to bury Polynices upon pain and death. When something is observed its actions are changed by the very presence of the observer. Antigone defies her uncle’s decree that her traitorous brother should go unburied using images to dismantle this route, not to be deliberately hermetic, but to offer an additional reading of reinterpretation of a well-worn narrative, her actions have tragic consequences. Moments of wandering thought or the half-aware observer, whose own thoughts take equal authorship in the construction of the narrative, shows a rewriting that uses a framework that privileges the subconscious of superposition of the intuitions and elucidation. The anamorphic way in which we constitute our identity and our perceptions of the world is an interesting premise.