Save me father for I have lived

“Save me father for I have lived” is an experimental documentary installation piece that discusses the connection between suffering and growth. It is a plea for comfort from a father who has left the earth as the different versions of the same child learn to live with this loss.

Image1_Save me father for I have Lived-2.jpgSave me father for I have lived. 2019. Size variable. Moving image installation.

At Nottingham Trent University July 16th – July 25th 2019

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