Some thoughts on moving bodies in the recent works of Allison Hrabluik by Pablo de Ocampo, BlackFlash, 2017
A Mouth Trying to Drink From Me, 2013. Two black shapes continuously reform as they trace an unseen figure beneath them.
Father & Daughter, 2013.
Abut & Abet, 2011/2012. A half-moon shape stutters and jitters in time to an accompanying soundtrack. Sound by Andrea Young
Corundum, 2010. A woman's face is rhythmically adorned by warts and moles. Sound by Andrea Young
A Question of Law, A Question of Fact, and Another Question of Law, 2008. A salamander takes the government to trial over land claims disputes.
Rossendale, 2006. An animated portrait of a Manitoba farmer and the objects he has made for the farm.
Niagara Street, Toronto, 2003.
Lofoten Islands, Norway, 2002.
The Splits, 2015, 15 minutes. Twenty people gather in a hall to perform an absurd ritual of movement and sound. Scissors clip, a rope whirs, and the sound of a mouth harp interrupts an operatic scream.
This is The Way They Make Us Bend, 2013. A three-legged figure with no head meticulously follows an absurd set of drawn instructions. Choreography by Claire French.