Anna Costa e Silva
Class of 2013
Asymptotes (video still 01), 2012, narrative installation, HD video, 50min
(video still 01), 2012, narrative installation, HD video, 50min
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil New York, New York
1+1=3<br /> Twilight zones<br /> Approaching-closer-not touching<br />A movement that follows<br /> While glasses melt<br />Existence, importance<br />The filling cups<br />Searching for the search<br />Open wound, blood dripping without blood's internal melody <br />That which might come right before one falls asleep <br />Was there anything? <br />Is there ever?<br />Space in between, failure, peculiarity<br />Spasms of life
Anna Costa e Silva, class of 2013

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