A video interview with artist Sinta Tantra.  I’ve helped install her work before and was lucky enough to talk to her in depth about her work  for this year’s Biennial which covers the walls of Open Eye Gallery on the waterfront.

It’s a beautifully colourful work and works well the jagged, disjointed architecture.

Music is from the soundtrack to In The Mood For Love; a film that Sinta is influenced by, though sadly her discussion on Wong Karr Wai’s work had to be cut from the film.

Her work is well worth a trek down to the gallery, which houses some stunning photography also part of The Unexpected Guest (a write up of which is coming within the next week).


3 thoughts on “Video Interview With Sinta Tantra – Liverpool Biennial 2012

  1. Thanks Adam – this concisely explains a lot about this work which has really helped me gain a greater understanding and appreciation of this piece of art.

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