SJ Ramir

Disquiet (2011)

2 min 10 secDigital Video / Sound

Disquiet uses the movement of an anonymous figure through remote environments, to examine metaphysical journeys that are made through landscapes within the mind. After travelling by foot through a dark, woodland forest, a figure enters into a desolate, desert-like world. Its journey is intercepted by a looming structure—representing visions of society, memory and need—which is explored, but ultimately rejected, leaving the figure to continue on its quest towards an unknown destination.

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