How to Make Love in an Earthquake is a six minute experimental video comprised of seven postcard stories, each 100 words in length. Each story is performed by a different narrator in order to dislodge the "self apparent truth" of admission that is created by a lone narrator. While the stories revolve around sudden, unpredictable and uncontrollable events, the video imagery explores everyday objects in their routine usage. Through camera perspective and colour effects, these mundane objects become defamiliarized.

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  • DVD,
  • H.264,
  • H-422,


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  • Video Out Distribution