Soliloquy is a projected video that is composed of echo scenes from films. By combining like scenes in which lone figures call out for a response but only get their own voice in return, the video presents an endless internal dialogue. Thinking about conversation as an integral component to any creative process, the video explores the dialogues that occur between makers, performers, and viewers. Projected against the city of Atlanta, Soliloquy juxtaposes real and represented locations and considers the multiple and shifting influences that create a sense of place.
About the Artist
Sasha Krieger is an interdisciplinary artist whose work explores issues surrounding originality and process in acts of creative production. She received her BFA in Photography from Emily Carr University in 2005 and her MFA from California College of the Arts in 2010. She has exhibited her work locally and internationally at venues such as, UBC AHVA Gallery, Vancouver, BC (2013), MacArthur B Arthur, Oakland, CA (2011), Sight School, Oakland, CA (2010), RVCA, San Francisco, CA (2010), For-Site Foundation, Nevada City, CA (2010) and the Lobby Gallery, Vancouver, BC (2006). Krieger lives and works in Vancouver, BC.