‘In Person’ is a video series that examines the extreme isolation of lockdown in retrospect, and the parallel of digital materiality to the degradation of memory and clarity over transmission.
I had the chance to experiment with audio, and used interviews, which I am well versed in, this time commissioned from collaborators who sent me anonymous audio diaries about what lockdown had meant to their mental health. I then worked on anonymising them, degrading them until almost unrecognisable and finding a visual to match the energy of each contributer. Overall ‘In Person’ operates within the grey area between good and bad, and is as hyper-personal as lockdown was hyper-local.
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