Aureas Turned Its Back, shares a pixelated account of humans and their relationships to possession, recognition and the living environment. Fragmented video clips of a book signing, slowed-down and abstracted video shots of wind-swept flowers and the inner-structures in Portugal-weigh these possibilities within a dream. The translation in Latin to aureas, is that of the gold coin; a symbol of wealth and value. Here the characters become less gestural and literal, ambiguous, reflecting on considerations material value. The questions become how do these themes operate when taken out of contextual circumstances. Can the senses recognize the appearance of fiction or reality and when do the lines become blurred? Does money re-shape the contours of the interactions with the natural and human-made world?