Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art: Feminist Art Base: Sam Jury

Over for the Day (still)

Over for the Day (still)

Sam Jury. Over for the Day (still), 2009.

Description:
A short video depicting two events: the endless drifting of a bound figure in an exterior with no specific time of place and the disruption of matter, airborne in the atmosphere. This work takes the notion of suspended trauma and uses it as a visual device to critique society's relationship with film, document and drama. Devoid of narrative, the figure is deliberately stripped of identity (gender, race, age etc) and covered in white fabric so as to become a 'blank' with which the viewer can empathize but also compartmentalize as 'other'.

Medium:
Video

Tags:
psychological, pathos, identity, event, sound, document, trauma, video, trauma, event, document, performative, digital, video, film, media, exterior, landscape

Images
Between Here or There 002About Nowhere (Installation View), 2013Over for the Day (still)Far From All Is Near (still)Over Just The Same (still)Forever is Never - video projection at the Louise Blouin Institute, LondonNothing Is Lost - installation at the Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin

Videos
So Let It GoFar From All Is Near

Location
New York, NY
USA

Contact
542 W 26th Street
New York, NY
USA
cgriffin@stephenhallergallery.com

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