Laresa Kosloff, Radical Acts – The Age REVIEW
Robert Nelson (The Age) reviews Radical Acts, a new work by Laresa Kosloff created as part of Buxton Contemporary’s Light Source Commissions, 2020. Nelson writes,
“Laresa Kosloff has created a thoroughly mischievous film. It begins, documentary style, with the earnest proposition that our planet faces ecological catastrophe through climate change… Kosloff exhorts us to take the cue from lockdown: the radical act of immobility is not just needed to stop the spread of a virus but to protect the planet from imminent perdition.”
Image: Detail of Radical Acts 2020, Laresa Kosloff
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