HD/16mm, TRT: 8:27, USA, 2014

Viscera explores the aesthetic world of mental images. Saturated colors unveil our past. Shapes are blurry, lost in layers of thought. In circumscribed landscapes where characters are locked; everything is suspended. The memory of a woman merges with the slow pacing of the camera. Trees become cerebral ramified pathways that connect us with our most sacred emotions. A foreign radio transmission echoes inside our brain, bouncing from wall to wall as if in a stark white room. Two women are playing a peculiar game of silences. Inside that room, time runs out fast, and they are both projected into their common fantasy of death. Viscera is a phantasmagorical world containing syncopated stories. The geography of the human body becomes a map to navigate inside the viscera. Fumed sounds surround pieces of forgotten dreams. Viscera is a dispersed piece of human subconscious exploded into images.


• CICA // Gimpo, South Korea // June 2017
• Lucca Film Festival-Europacinema // Lucca, Italy // March 2015
• 8th London Greek Film Festival // London, UK // October 2014
• J & J Gallery // Syracuse, NY // May 2012 (preview)

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