In Between The Lines

Erika Woolf

1987, 05:00 minutes, colour, English


In Between The Lines attempts to highlight the nature of psychological dominance in communications. Exploring male and female language habits, a narrator deconstucts the subliminal messages in both body language and dialogue. The assumption of common interest between the couples is abstracted in the image of clear glass objects. The subject is the support and structure of language, but the viewer must read "in between the lines."

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