Carry On and On

Shot and edited by Deborah Wasserman

This video playfully refers to the suitcase as a metaphor for home, attachments, and the feminine body. It echoes our busy lives, the immense pressure experienced by mothers, our compulsion of consumption/production movement, and our fear of change.
(Un)Still Life

Shot and edited by Deborah Wasserman
Things (Came) (and Will) Disappear

Shot and edited by Deborah Wasserman

Shot in Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, during the artist's residency,  Things Came (and will) Disappear is a short contemplation about our bodies movement in space, about loss, about time.