Waterlogged is a visual collage that explores the nuances between water and emotions. Water can be as foreign or familiar as our emotional landscape. With its fluidity and cyclical nature, it has the power to push, pull, erode and damage. It is also important for growth, cleansing and survival.
As with water, we need to be familiar with our emotions, so that we can dive into their depths and not get overpowered by tides that pull us into uncharted and dangerous territory.
Experimental, Canada-Singapore, 2010, 6 min, colour, no dialogue