In Wind and Tree, inspired by the poem by Paul Muldoon, Abe Abraham's camera pans and swings around a collage of interlocked bare flesh, picking up gleaming textures and small, poignant details like the star-like glint in a single, revealed eye. The body parts - we often see heads protected by arms tightly folded over them--resemble gnarled stumps of fallen trees.
Wind and Tree is set to JT Bullitt's seismographic recordings of the Earth's vibrations and features Bessie Award winning dancer Megumi Eda.
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