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/ LYRA KILSTON
Sharon Lockhart’s “Podworka”

BLUM AND POE, Los Angeles

Sharon Lockhart, Podwórka, 2009.
by

Lyra Kilston

In a dim, narrow courtyard, a pothole, ringed by pieces of broken concrete, has filled with dark water. The camera lingers on this scene in one unmoving five-minute shot, as two young boys meander around the confined concrete area, in Sharon Lockhart’s most recent film, Podworka (2009). One of the... continue reading

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