Video Installation | 18mins | London 2010
Three-channel video projection, in sync 4:3
Parisian Postcards is an autobiographical journey investigating personal family narratives through a formal exploration of still and moving imagery.
Kobi invites his mother on a journey to Paris where he surprises her with photos from her past in order to bring moments from her own history into the present so that a personal telling of his and her history can be re-imagined and made unstable.
By integrating the still and the moving image and by working with a site the narrative is fractured and non linear, the temporal and spatial is experienced and viewer is taken through and at times disquieting and poignant journey.
[3mins available on K.I.P YouTube Channel ]
* Supported by ArtSYN