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Tilting Horizons

Tilting Horizons is a 14-minute ‘sci-fi’ video – exploring the obscured spaces and parallel universes of Covid loss. Shot from a room on the thirteenth floor of a building looking out onto a sea mist, the room’s window is a metaphorical membrane between right and left-brain perceptions of our world(s). The second key metaphor is our cultural understanding of the horizon as the veil between the past, present and future – temporality is still something that we struggle with as the Covid pandemic continues to unfold. The normally panoramic view across a bay is slowly revealed, narrated by an ambiguously gendered “guide” (who may or may not be from this planet) telling us fabulas about the horizon as a navigation tool to engage with uncertainty and renewal.

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