This may be dizzying. We’ve all seen those movie scenes that are shot from the perspective of someone getting hit upside the head and falling into a heap.
But before they hit the concrete, we’re met with dizzying shots from the victim’s point of view — scenes that show a spinning world full of double-faced assailants.
By combining traditional techniques with graphic elements, Garant enters the ambiguous space between familiarity and surreality.
“The viewers shall try to unearth the main figure by focusing on making those multiples into one,” she writes on her website.