Flowing Like a River

Emadi, A. (2018) Flowing Like a River. [Exhibitions]

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Publisher's URL: http://www.intercreate.org/2018-hui/


The video screening, Flowing Like a River, is a critical response to current issues of global warming and war/immigration crisis. It is a video installation that recognizes the human’s disconnection from the nature and his inner-self as core causes for these global crises. Hence, the work aims to reconnect the viewer to the nature and all others by providing a perception at a micro level, in which defined intellectual boundaries between the self and the other, us and nature are blurred. Lack of defined identification can permit one to recognize his/her self and nature as driven from one source, that s/he is an interconnected being changing and transforming at the same time, like a river.

Item Type:Exhibitions
Additional Information:Flowing Like a River video was screened as part of He Punawai Hohourongo – Peace, Water, Power 2018.
Glasgow Author(s) Enlighten ID:Emadi, Dr Azadeh
Authors: Emadi, A.
College/School:College of Arts > School of Culture and Creative Arts > Theatre Film and TV Studies

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