Using an audio in conjunction with a video which doesn’t have any image, Camila Rhodi combines a text spoken in a gripping voice with a continuous black screen. This confluence of audio and blank visual invites the audience in a natural way to create their own images in their mind.
The public display of intimate life details, inspired by the so-called sex-positive feminist art. Fighting for the female sexuality deconstructing patriarchal structures of power and oppression, using the aesthetics of the ‘personal is political’ to the artistic practice as a method for empowerment.
A bit of the video here:
2016: Viena Contemporary. curated by Olaf Stüber – Vienna. Austria.