Pampas


Plants were used in the 1970s suburbia to send seductive signals to neighbors or so rumor has it. A docudrama exploring the truth in the botanical myth; what went on behind closed curtains? A look at sexual signaling, subcultures, and suburban legend.

London-based filmmaker and artist Jessica Bishopp experiments with a range of media, exploring universal themes embedded in our daily lives and thoughts and exposing the magic in the mundane. Her work has been exhibited at Somerset House, the Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA) and the Science Museum London.

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