"A 26 minute high definition film that documents the grooming of the prize-winning Japanese poodle, Aona. The film’s single take, set frame and silent audio allow the viewer to become transfixed in the moment of Aona's obedience and stillness. The consummate professional, Aona non-responsively allows the groomer to transform her into a glamorous heiress."
Director: Steve CarrCinematography: Kenta TakahashiSound: Kenta Takahashi
Carr is a dry ice-wreathed artist engaged in the rapturous contortions of an (silent) air guitar epic.
A pack of cigarettes are lit and slowly disintegrate into a smoky gravesite.
A self-portrait single take performance that documents Carr interacting with a Japanese children’s plastic bubble-making toy.
A standoff with a dog over a drool-drenched tennis ball.
Steve Carr: Performance/Camera
In this interview Steve Carr discusses the roots of his work in performance, his collaborations with film industry professionals and a recent residency in Japan.