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Rancid, Familiar

3:55, color, video
Premiered at virtual film festival “ctrl + v”, 2020

A haptic and uncomfortable exploration of the evolving and unspoken intimacies between father and daughter set in the midst of a global pandemic—the film embodies how the sensory deprivation of quarantine governance and the epistemic entrapment of surveillance capitalism bleeds into intimate relationships. How, through the body’s desire to mirror one’s parent, one can never truly be seen by those closest to them.

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