Total darkness. The artist repeats over and over again the same action: she lights up a match, and she brings it as close as possible from her face. We quickly understand that she can see herself, using the video as a kind of a mirror, like the first video art experiments from the 70’s. She uses the light of the match to explore her own face; we can divine that she feels its warmth as well. The match’s light goes off, and she lights up another one, then another. Her actions, and the resulting sounds, become superposed. But the flickering light of the match is always ephemeral, reminding us maybe of the impermanency of life. FLICKERING is a self-portrait in video, charged with emotion.