Friday, January 19, 2018

INSIDE in Circa

Cac O'Day waxes lyrical about the Langan/Le Cain feature Inside in a review of last year's TULCA Festival of Visual Arts, the first of Circa Art Magazine's 2018 series of weekly reviews:

"Vicky Langan and Maximilian Le Cain’s 2017 film, Inside, charts the evolution of an embryonic nuclear unit. It is set in an isolated rural dwelling in which something is slowly being incubated: individuation, perhaps, or collaborative self-effacement. Atomised moments excavate a process of withdrawal and symbiotic alienation. The film’s ornate, finely wrought surfaces belie a slow and destructive engulfment. Flesh as grass and existential dread are deadened by an epidural of repetitions and circumlocutions. Evergreen breath extrudes a slippery visual progeny."


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