Have All The Flowers Gone?
An Experimental film narrative about the role of a mother from the perspective of a daughter. The film outlines and draws attention to what maternal nature is or is perceived to be and the expectations placed upon women.
Using experimental narrative techniques, the piece relies heavily on sonic components and the repetition of actions to draw the viewer into a schematic and bleak world. The piece features dance performance, spoken word and a narrative thread that are
intertwined to produce a critical observation of motherly or gendered “womanly” tasks.