After Pain and Panic extends real time to follow the washing of trot horses after the race. The paced intimacy of the animal and human interaction is a private activity, contrasting with public and highly charged instance of the race. The resulting footage reveals the poetic performance of the everyday. The film was shot in Kellerberin WA Australia, whilst Dyson was artist in residence with IASKA.
Film Shown as part of Purescreen DVD*01.
Film information Courtesy of Castlefield Gallery's Purescreen DVD*01
Jun 13 2005