Nov 4, 2011 – Jan 7, 2012
Neha Choksi’s Leaf Fall records a single day’s work of stripping a rural peepul tree of all its leaves, save an autumnal sprig at the tip of a single high branch. This lyrical sunrise to sunset look at a process of laying bare, of stripping away everything until the ordinary is made singular, is a picture of severe loss as a starting point for life’s renewal.
Leaf Fall is being screened as part of the UMOCA ongoing video series, Looped.
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