> Eva Maria Bouillon (bel)
House for Two
In this film, the camera depicts a couple in a setting of their everyday life. At first glance, the images look like photos.
A closer look at them shows slight movements – such as breathing. When one shot fades and the next one is seen, the poses and the position of the camera change. The actions in between, and the family history behind the images are not visible. So, these changes are perceived without any further context, leading the viewers to complete the story with their own interpretations.