Joseph Wright juxtaposes apathy and action in this black & white docu-style narrative piece.
Ciaran Lavery '13' by Joseph Wright
Through a series of connected vignettes, Joseph Wright's video for Ciaran Lavery charts a crumbling relationship through dance.
Two dancers play familiar roles - the first unwilling to accept things are wrong, the second becoming distant and withdrawn - with the choreography by Anna-Lise Marie Hearn highlighting the fluctuating emotions that occur in a relationship.
Wright also uses wardrobe to signify the rupturing of two hitherto intertwined souls, as only one of the dancers regularly changes outfits. The other, clinging on to the past, keeps wearing the same clothes, until the very end of the video.
The song 13 appears on Ciaran Lavery's album Sweet Decay, released in March 2018.
|Production Company||Grin & Bear Films|
|1st AD||Valentina Culley-Foster|
|Art Director||Valentina Culley-Foster|
|Choreographer||Anna-Lise Marie Hearn|
|Make-up||Silvia Castro Perez|
|Lead actor||Zahra Banzi|
|Lead actor||Sandra Ohlsson|
|Other credits||Location: Ryan Kent|
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