A Season Outside, 1997
16 mm color film, duration: 30 minutes
Amar Kanwar has made over forty films about a range of issues from politics and economics to philosophy and art. Melding documentary and transcendental rumination to forge a distinct mode of visual essay, A Season Outside is a subtle and poetic work written and narrated by the artist. Soulful, nondidactic and meditative, the film explores the tension and anxiety that surround the militarized border between India and Pakistan.
Text courtesy the artist
Support provided by Marian Goodman Gallery