Lili White works across disciplines, laying impressions, based on personal and collective dreams. The work’s innards span between the personal, history, and society’s collective memory, connecting stories tangentially, presenting a dream-like logic. They draw from projections visualized in humanity’s mental imagery, belonging to the complex movements of spirit, that remain in flux as ongoing dynamisms of evolutionary change. She finds these using AUTHENTIC MOVEMENT techniques, a practice that allows one to crossing over into liminal space. She brings the images back, that describing the inter-connectedness and elusiveness of living change found under the surface of things. Her moving image works corresponds to early cinema’s imagery, where the uncanny, imaginative, associative, and mysterious rule.

Viewers surrender, entering a borderline space, where we dream together.