A neuroscientist invites an artist to speak at a conference on PTSD, trauma, and the brain. During her talk, she reads a letter she wrote to her childhood sexual abuser, igniting a dance-and-music-centric journey into her psychological landscape, illustrating the nonlinearity of memory and transformation.
- The Wall Street Journal
...delicate chamber-music juxtaposed with blaring electronica and Balkan folk singing...
...anguished harmonic friction...
...a stronger erotic charge
than punk rock.”
Born as a musical album, then morphed into a staged work, followed by a series of music videos, Secondary Dominance is now a feature film.