Reynold Reynolds, 2008

Secret Life

In Secret Life, a woman is trapped in an apartment filled with moving plants. She moves at a mechanical speed and her mind functions like a clock whose hands pin the events of her life to the tapestry of time. Her thoughts escape her and come to life, growing like the plants that inhabit the space around her: living, searching, feeling, breathing and dying.

Reynold Reynolds suggests that all living things are endowed with consciousness. Philosophically and scientifically, the concept of time has been extensively discussed and investigated, yet its real nature remains unresolved; it has proven more mysterious and profound than life itself.

A documentation by Duccio on the making of Secret Life:

This work is the first of the Secrets Trilogy; a cycle exploring the imperceptible conditions that frame life.

Secret Machine
Six Easy Pieces

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Secret Life
Reynold Reynolds
2008
3/5+2
2 channel video, color video from 16mm film and photo stills, stereo audio
1920px x 1080px, 4'53"

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