'Shower proof is an early film built out of a sequence of a man and a woman in a bathroom, he brushing his teeth, she tying up her hair, stepping into the shower, stepping out drying herself, then the man again brushing his teeth, and so in various sequences. The film is printed on increasingly high contrast negative. The image grows from the abstract, yet plainly anthropomorphic, steadily through to the personal yet non specific - we see neither the man's nor the woman's face in detail and back. The film explores the relation between form and movement.' - Verina Glaessner.
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