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When one remembers something, their mind loops and tightens to form a recollection. It is seized similarly to how a knot twists on itself to harden the binding. At a rate of knots explores knot patterns to approach constructions of memory and how we share them. Within this recollection, imaginaries and lived experiences inform each other. The film questions the assimilation of social norms within gender performativity by narrating different souvenirs from Lucia Vives, Rozy Sapelkine, and Taka Taka.
Aurélia Noudelmann is an artist and researcher working on means of archiving, especially within Lgbtqia+ representations. Her work explores the circulation of memory between the mind, spaces, and objects. She extends this vocabulary through immersive installations and collaborative workshops.
Lucía Vives, Rozy Sapelkine, Taka Taka
Rick Haring for the sound mastering
Lucía Vives, Tobias Karlsson and Victoria Hoogstoël