A woman is observed showering behind a translucent curtain. Gradually the view is obscured by a superimposed flipbook: a sequence of drawings of a dancing woman. As a harpsichord prelude interrupts the environment of natural sounds, the dancer is freed from the pages and cavorts in a multiplicity of erotic gestures as if propelled by the throbbing contrapuntal tempo. Moving through the overlapping images a string of words suggests sources, motives, and memories.
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George Griffin grew up in Tennessee, studied at Dartmouth, and has lived in New York City since 1967. His work includes cartoons, narratives, docs, and musicals, including Head, Viewmaster, Ko-Ko, and A Little Routine. He has taught animation courses at Harvard, Pratt, and Parsons, and he line produced the Emmy-winning L'Histoire du Soldat for PBS.