The video is composed of layering and repeating family footage of the narrator's grandmother on a trip to Grand Beach, Manitoba, in 1957. The video tries to make sense of his grandmother's actions and her recorded memories while her own memories are lost to Alzheimer's. The narrator retells a story about his grandmother's mind being trapped in an endless loop. Fragmented images are repeated showing the narrator's grandmother as a young woman running towards the screen. The image of his grandmother is separated from the background layer and placed overtop of new layers. As the video continues to repeat the same scene new and interesting images begin to emerge.
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Pretending to Care
A collection of eight short video confessions of fathers told through the mouths of Pablo Picasso, Mick Jagger, Francis Bacon, Fred Rogers, Bob Marley, Hugh Hefner, Mike Brady, and Salvador Dali. In each video the audience is given a rare glimps into the minds of men, each candidly discussing their own feelings on fatherhood and abandonment.