The film has a gentle intensity to it, and is composed of changes of light across the sea, sky and mountains. It shows movement where there is apparent stillness, whether in the formation of weather patterns, movement of stars, the illumination of a building by passing car headlights or boats darting back and forth across the sea’s horizon.
- Hus is a film which attempts to reveal the private and hidden layers of our habitation (…) It is a film about time and processes, about disintegration and construction. -In Hus I was interested in physically deconstructing and reconstructing one object. I imagined the house as a shell that separates “private and public spheres”. Through the use of animation I could open up this “shell” and examine it.
(I’ve recently wrote a proposal where I explained something very similar about the “house layers”)
One her incredible upside down landscapes (excerpt from Travelling Fields):