Una Knox

A kind of correspondence

Conduit space as a mental rather than physical space occurs in ‘A kind of correspondence’ as the viewer is presented with a layering of historical queues, as if pop cultural time wrinkled in on itself. ‘A kind of correspondence’ is set in an exhibition consisting entirely of casts of original sculptures, an archetypal Victorian gallery experience were sculptural casts filled the need that today’s photographs and accessible travel do for seeing the world. Within this setting twin brothers discuss notions of duality and uniqueness, and through the reference of popular music icons debate the moment when two things which appear to be the same, separate and become unique.

11 minutes 22 seconds, 16mm film
Actors: Kyrone Oak, Kadeem Oak