Sab D’Souza is a video artist, researcher, and subtweeter living and working on unceded Gadigal land. Their work (and feelings) explore practices of digital intimacy, affective communities, and peer-to-peer support online.
what if… we held hands… in the margins of a google doc?
Split-screen video, 7min 45sec
what if… we held hands… in the margins of a google doc? (2020) shows the entanglement of two practices across the digital threshold, in which critical feedback and critique become familiar labours of care, love and intimacy.
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