We are all Contagious We are all Contagious: Ann Huang
Ann Huang

Newport Beach, CA

The experimental films are about the feeling of nostalgia after the experiences of passion, love, neglect, and loss. The films have a dream-quality reality and mesh with our unconscious self surrounded by life's serendipity and predestination. In a grander sense, they mesh with humanity through the lens of out-of-body experiences and varied perspectives of femininity.

These films are comprised of the essence of my original poems published within the past two years through various international literary publications. While producing the films, I strived to create visuals reminiscent and celebratory of Maya Deren's immemorable short film, MESHES OF THE AFTERNOON.

If our conscious self is about our love in beauty, our subconscious self is our love in ourselves. Thus, our unconscious being is our love in collective.

My mother passed away three months ago followed by my mentor, a dear pen friend, and now the ensuing pandemic of COVID-19. I want to contribute this film to the very heightened cause of humanity.

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Indelible Winter, 2017, video, 7:21