Arthur Jafa’s intertwining of video collage and music has the power to open up minds and bodies
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When musical signifiers for sex so often become sonic pornography, LCMF 2017 showed alternative ways of marrying sound and body
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Nearly three hours long and containing only two jokes, with this film somehow you don’t mind
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