Justine Walker

do undo redo (2016)

10 min 41 secSingle channel / Digital Video / Colour / Sound

do undo redo was made in response to Walker’s journey to become a mother, but subsequently finding herself childless. It talks of repeated fertility treatments, and of how children weave their way in and out of our lives, even in their absence. Walker held her breath when her period was six days late long after they had stopped trying. Walker knows she will grieve again when people stop asking her if she has children and start asking if she has grandchildren. 

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