Edwin Miles

Window Works is a project borne out of a dislocation between person and place. Using a living room window as a gateway to rumination, the film follows a filmmaker around a block of flats, gradually accompanied by the memory of his parents. Window Works was completed in the throes of the Covid crisis; its empty corridors and streets highlight a time of stasis, a breeding ground for involuntary cerebration. Shot using Mini DV, it taps into ideas of memory, home, family, and isolation.

© 2019 by Co.Curation

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