Return: A Filmic Disclosure of Its Trajectories As Poetic
Andersen, Petrea Katrine
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My project investigates an ontological disclosure of what return might be within the paradigms of xperimental filmic video practices, through an enquiry into notions of exile and its legacies, temporality and poetics. Phenomenological and experiential methodologies have structured research and video data collection during two return journeys in 2005 and 2006, which grounded the production of short filmic video works. The project is concerned with a research process which critically engages with philosophical and critical key 'texts' to articulate possible compulsions for repetitive return, and how a disclosure of the poetics of return could be revealed through an installation. How might an installation of filmic video works situated within a computer classroom site re-inscribe notions of return, and perform a disruption of the institutionalised learning space? This questioning reflects the concerns within the project of locating a possible space of return.