Pallavi PaulStill: The Blind Rabbit
Video artist and film researcher Pallavi PAUL (1987, India) works with video, installations and performance. She started her scientific career with a study of literary science, and has now completed her PhD in Film Studies in New Delhi. Paul has always been interested in the power of language and its possible abuse, which is evident in her works. Deeply fascinated by the technologies of poetry and time travel, she tries to create a laboratory in which the borders between fantasy, resistance, politics and history are tested. With the mid-length The Blind Rabbit (2020), Paul explores the intersection of power, gender and narrativisation of memory. Paul’s work has been shown at, among others, Tate Gallery in London, Contour Biennale in Mechelen and Mumbai Film Festival.
Nayi Kheti/New Harvest (2013, short), Shabdkosh/A Dictionary (2013, short), Long Hair, Short Ideas (2014, short), The Dreams of Cynthia (2017, instal), The Blind Rabbit (2020, mid-length)