With the use of driftwood
strewn along the shore
of Lake Superior as its central icon,
STILL LIFE explores the camera's ability to create art images.
The film examines the relationship between
abstraction and realism as it exists in nature
The trees which no longer have physical life
continue to exist because of their presence.
They STILL have LIFE.
Winner "Best Music
Video" 2001 Waterwalker Filmfestival
Filmed At Neys
6 minutes, 16mm, Colour
Editing: Mark Benthin and Dan Sokolowski
Music: Dan Sokolowski
Produced with the assistance of IFCO