When I Was Four reenacts a distant childhood memory of the first night in a new home, and relates it to an adolescent experience, in hope to uncover what truth the memory holds, if any. Read more here.
about the artist
Hugo Ljungbäck is a Swedish video artist, film curator, and media scholar. His videos have screened internationally at such venues as the London Experimental Film Festival, Montreal Underground Film Festival, and Beijing International Short Film Festival, and regularly explore queer subjectivities, oversexed bodies, sexual abuse, and coercion. His research focuses on experimental film and video art, surveillance, and queer cinema, and he has been published in the AM Journal of Art and Media Studies and The Projector: A Journal on Film, Media, and Culture. He is an Undergraduate Research Fellow at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Chair of the Moving Image Society, Director of the Save the Archives Film Festival, and a programmer for the Milwaukee Underground Film Festival.
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