Seeing Things

Kati Åberg

Seeing Things tells the true story of a woman who unexpectedly goes blind at the age of fifty. The piece follows her as she drifts further from the sighted community into her own imaginary world, which gradually becomes oppressive, even frightening. Now you see it… now you don’t.

Production Year
2013
Duration
00:13:47
Type
Genre
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Original Title
Seeing Things
English Title

Seeing Things

Production Countries
Finland
Dialogue
Yes
Sound
Yes
Cast
Kati Åberg (Author), Marianne Lagus (Cinematographer), James Andean (Composer), Kati Åberg (Director), Kati Åberg (Script), Tarja Koskela (Actor), City of Helsinki (Funder), AVEK - The Promotion Centre for Audiovisual Culture (Funder), Taiteen keskustoimikunta (Funder), James Andean (Sound)
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Kati Åberg

Born: 1967

Kati Åberg lives and works in Helsinki. She has graduated from the Media Lab of the University of Art and Design Helsinki. Her works range from linear short films, multi-channel video works and interactive installations to live visuals and collaboration with performing artists. Her work is often based on documentary or the performing arts.