Location: Bartos Screening Room
Dir. Victor Kossakovsky. 2003, 82 mins. Digital projection. From the window of his St. Petersburg apartment, director Victor Kossakovsky films a year in the life of an ordinary street. Central to the action is a pothole caught in an infinite, Sissyphysian loop of damage and repair, digging and steamrolling, a collective project that gently and humorously echoes with the cycles of the city.
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