Susan Jahoda

Video, 13 minutes, 2006


Subjects organize their sense of being through time and space. Time and space are a complex weave of public impositions, socially instituted affects and representations, and an imaginary, shaped by its own unconscious rhythms.


...of a worm in a pomegranate explores the ways in which subjects internalize, cohabitate with, and creatively experience institutional time and space in an attempt to negotiate agency. In one continuous video capture, light at dusk passes from one interior wall to another. This image provides the visual component for a non-sequential narrative that calls upon topics ranging from phantom limb phenomena to global warming.