A silent video is a manifestation of neurotic nullification – an event taking place on the surface of the sea and in its depths.
A small white dress hovers, testifying to something missing that had once been there, and is exposed to the lens of a fidgety camera ferreting for clues.
Different photographic times are joined, generating an illusion of linear sequence and the appearance of a documented event.
A deconstructive intervention on the level of photography, editing and projection constitutes a conversion of physical data into an elusive, multilayered psycho-physical condition.
One can reread that which has been written on the borderline between poetic spasm and violence, both are ingrained in every constituent of the installation.
Any attempt to reconstruct past events cannot be perceived in objective terms or endowed with a stable structure. Perhaps Anima is about sobering from the naive myth of liberation in a crazed geographical sphere.