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Unbound

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DRIFT



The will to be upright and the rhythm of walking are definitive characteristics of being human–of conscious thought. But the landscape has another kind of rhythm and a different intelligence that brings the human animal to heel despite the perceived privilege of our being.


POEM FILM COLLABORATION BY JENNIFER REDMOND(FILM) & MATTHEW GEDEN(WORDS)

A poem film: testimonial to the lived experience of many women and to how they might view the sum of their lives on this planet. It is also a commentary on Capitalism and the human use of land for financial gain; The scarecrow is a metaphor for the feminine but also an augur for a precarious future, for the disintegration of human civilization.






 
scarecrow