CANADA 2015, 9 MIN.
THREE-CHANNEL HD VIDEO, EIGHT-CHANNEL SOUND
Euthymia is a black and white, slow-motion video triptych set in a high-vaulted chapel. It personifies a professional woman’s existential crisis, a representation of her mental state in which workers of her own making support her delusions.
Euthymia explores the character’s best possible level of performance, a state in which she is capable of functioning while under the threat of dysthymia – a numb, chronic lowness.
2018 February Long Winter. 6.4. Installation. Toronto, ON.
2017 June Short to the Point. Experimental Selection June 2017. Screenings. Various venues, Romania.
2017 January – February FOFA Gallery. Making Spaces. Installation. Montreal, QC.
2016 January VAV Gallery. #10.vav//2016. Installation. Montreal, QC.
2015 July matralab. Residency & installation. Montreal, QC.
2015 May Concordia Film Festival. Screening. Nominated for Best Production; Direction; & Cinematography. Montreal, QC.
Director of Photography Wolski
Music and sound-design Charlie Twitch
Performers Emylie Bernard, Janick Burn, Robby Reis, Tania Dos Santos.
Producer, writer, editor Kaja Levy