Berni Searle, “Interlaced,” 2011.
Three channel video projection. Duration 8 min 30 sec, sound, colour, synchronised.
Photo by Simon Gush.
© The artist.
Berni Searle works with lens-based media—photography, video, and film—to stage narratives connected to history, memory, and place. While her work is intertwined with South African history that has emerged from a “life apart” (apartheid), her poetic and abstract imagery transcends the specific to address ideas about belonging and displacement in various contexts.
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