Duration: 5:39

Against the backdrop of Niagara Falls the domestic space for laundry undergoes a change when a wringer washing machine confronts a woman whose instincts question its value.  Yet a visit to the falls creates for her and her family challenges as they experience social alienation and water and power take on new meaning. The embedded images are created with a primitive drawing style adding a feature of quality of life lived in the 1950’s.

A Film by
Maureen Selwood

Edited by
Manuel Barenboim

Composition and Sound Performance by
Archie Carey and Odeya Nini