Tektonic Shift (2006)
“A restrained subject surrenders to a sublime state of waiting in a mysterious underwater world.” – Sundance Film Festival
Infinite Delay explores the subtleties of tension that exist between surrender and resistance through an unconventional, experiential narrative. The captivating underwater images of an overtly constrained subject explore a dialectic - possibly depicting someone being forced to wait, or alternatively representing a subject actively constructing an erotics of waiting, an active desire brought on by an infinite delay of gratification. The sensing body surrenders itself, floating endlessly in electric blue water while enclosed in coiled tubes and webbing. Through the mediating function of consciousness and embodiment, all questions of identity and placement are dissolved into a blurring of lines between the inner and outer world, self and other, and past and present. Original score by Kadet and Mem1.
Infinite Delay [20:00]