"David Attenborough Presents: The History of Dirty Laundry / The Dirty History of Laundry / The Dirty Laundry and History is part of a series of single-take, full super 8 cartridge length performance works under the umbrella title ‘David Attenborough Presents’. The series uses David Attenborough as a contextual proxy for critiquing the deeply permeated Western European (particularly British) tendency to ideologically subjugate the external world, even when we think we think we're observing it without bias. As a descendent of, and de facto—albeit reluctant—agent of the British colonial project, the series functions as a space for playfully reckoning with these cultural inheritances and problematising their often hypercritical ideological foundations."
A figure investigates a crumbled monument, takes off their clothes, and hangs them on a short washing line.
A silent single-take super 8 film shot in East Oregon’s Alvord Desert.