January 11, 2012
In “PARA site” Kfir asks viewers to consider how storytelling can take place phenomenologically, in the absence of cinematic narrative. Entering the installation, the viewer is confronted with a series of fragmentary cinematic loops, which individually evoke displacement, loss, and longing. Collectively, these fragments hint at an unrealized tale that exists in the interstices between one loop and the next. As the viewer moves through the installation, the temporal separation between these cinematic moments gradually emerges as positive space in its own right, becoming the site in which the viewer’s own imagination transforms the fragments into a highly personalized record.
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