Interior Notes is a film project that approaches notions of family and household, and poses questions about collective and subjective memory. The concepts of the home and the street are researched using personal and public archival materials. The archive functions as a bearer of private and collective contemplation, these however contaminate each other. The film uses video and audio collage, melding personal documents, public archives and radio/television footage into one, creating a patchwork where past and present are continually entangled.
Supported by VAF