Tejal Shah: Between the Waves

Elisabetta Marabotto of Saffronart shares a note on Tejal Shah’s short film screened at the 14th Circuito Off Film Festival in Venice

Tejal Shah, Between the Waves, 2012, Video Still from Channel 1

Tejal Shah, Between the Waves, 2012, Video Still from Channel 1. Image Credit: http://in.blouinartinfo.com/news/story/949827/tejal-shahs-between-the-waves-at-film-fest-in-venice

London: After dOCUMENTA (13) and Project 88, Tejal Shah‘s Between the Waves was screened as part of Fil Rouge at the 14th Circuito Off Film Festival in Venice dedicated to experimental short films.

Tejal Shah, Between the Waves, 2012, Video Still from Channel I

Tejal Shah, Between the Waves, 2012, Video Still from Channel I. Image Credit: http://tejalshah.in/project/between-the-waves/

Fil Rouge was a special section of the festival including five international women directors which presented five uncommon creative universes.

Tejal Shah, Between the Waves, 2012, Video Still from Channel II

Tejal Shah, Between the Waves, 2012, Video Still from Channel II. Image Credit: http://tejalshah.in/project/between-the-waves/

Tejal Shah showed a surreal universe where unicorn women collect plastic and communicate through a mirror within a lunar setting. The film tackles issues such as sexuality, body, kinship and productiveness while blurring boundaries and categories.

Below you can enjoy an extract of Shah’s film.

Between the Waves

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