Célia Hay

Sand of Bones (2020)
Duration 1’20 minutes, Super 8 black and white 4/3, original soundtrack by Frederikke Hoffmeier (Puce Mary)

    Thorny flowers, snake skeleton, and black water: an uncanny handover taking place between two women on the concrete bank of the Los Angeles river. A short celluloid tale on love and death.

    This film is part of a thirty-five chapters film, ‘The Angel, Azrail’, adapting a Turkish poem, each chapter directed by a woman artist, commissioned by curator Mustafa Boğa.

Exhibition view of Sand of Bones as part of the exhibition Bivouacs (2020), BétonSalon, Paris