Allison & Nick
4 mins. 12 secs.
(in)coherence is a video series which seeks to explore the perception of identity. In (in)coherence six disparate individuals awake in a domestic scene, in which an internal voice-over asks the viewer to consider an alternative perception of a subject’s identity as they each climb out of bed, perform daily their individual morning rituals, and leave the space they inhabit. The subjects are prompted with two questions—”When did you feel most feminine?” and “When did you feel most masculine?” — which each individual answers from the moment they are up and out the door. (in)coherence aims to challenge viewer preconceptions of gender identity through each individual’s idiosyncratic gestures and ambiguous narration.
Google Drive Identifier
Board, Larissa, “Allison & Nick ,” Lewis & Clark Senior Art, accessed August 1, 2015, https://library.lclark.edu/seniorprojects/items/show/4467.