/ Terminal Lake


In the short essay film, Terminal Lake (10 min), we are deep underwater in the eighth largest terminal lake in the world, formed about 32 000 years ago, at the Great Salt Lake Utah. History repeats itself in the mysterious and airy mediation of the old spinning salt crystals, rotating and adding layers of transformed matter, forming contemporary structures, a process Wardyński has captured in the four portraits of the exhibition.
Video + Sound: Franek Wardyński
Text + Voice: Lia Forslund

Terminal Lake was first shown together with the Crystal Portraits exhibition, 2023.