Go Fall Apart

2003 | 00:18:25 | United States | English | Color | Stereo

Collection: Single Titles

Tags: Body, Image Processing, Literature, Music, Religion/Spirituality

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An erotic/mystical misadventure in which the allure of the religious path is strewn with earthly temptations. Struggling with a bogus Zen koan involving flowers in keyholes and jumping through windows, the protagonist will end up entering, by the conclusion, the realm of subatomic particles, thereby achieving transcendence-of-a-sort. On the soundtrack, operatic quotations comment ironically (and sometimes sincerely) on the visual proceedings.

“Rankus embraces the vagaries of video, pro and con, to present a multi-layered visual onslaught. Borrowing freely from the surrealists, Rankus explores the nature of destruction from various angles.”

—John Petrakis, “Onion City’s Art Films Have Layers,” Chicago Tribune (12 September 2003)

Exhibitions + Festivals

Dallas Video Festival, 2004