Til All Is Correct

For the first time, Louise begins to explore her own ancestral heritage in this ongoing body of work. Remaining deeply committed to the release of the unconscious – be that anger, longing, a kind of feverish imagining or the act of re-membering- she examines the links between her own personal life narrative and that of her Jewish-Russian heritage. Visualisations of the shadow, be it collective or personal, are complex and fraught with ethical potholes. Til All Is Correct seeks to carefully choreograph a private performance space that the camera, acting as contemporary confessional box, facilitates. It is a personal search for connection, an act of remembrance and a clarion-call for continued collective re-assessment of our common relationship, one to the other, in an increasingly fractured and polarised world.