Forms of Presence
2016 / HD Video Projection / 4.50 min
The opening sequence of Forms of Presence discloses the perspective of a corridor. Pelts are hanging on both sides followed by portraits of taxidermy animals, staring at us through their placid opened eyes, with an age-long humility on their faces. The animals dwell in a strange harmony, inside a world that can only be envisioned beyond our life experience. Lingering choir-like voices, accompany these images reminiscing about historical, mythological, religious, and life and death references. The film ends with a corridor locating the basement of a contemporary building.