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.
Lover Hater, 2018. A music video by Allison Hrabluik and Aaron Carpenter commissioned by Veda Hille for her song Lover Hater, from the album Love Waves.
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.