Nathaniel Dorksy’s films constitute a search for metaphysical experience through meticulously composed images of the everyday world. Though he has shot Kodachrome since childhood, he has been working with other stocks for the first time in his latest films. He discusses this recent body of work with Ed Halter, co-curator of the 2012 Biennial’s film and video program.
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