A TV lounge belonging to a blind girl named Kirsty.
What does a blind girls TV-lounge look like ? What are the
reasons and limits for self expression, when one can hardly
see ? Who would one like to impress ? How would one arrange
a TV lounge ? And do blind people watch TV at all ? This
TV lounge answers the questions according to Kirsty.
Kirsty is Anna Gulmanns imaginary muse whom all her womens
wear collections and general creative outlets are inspired
by and made for.
Each collection poses a challenge for Kirsty. In order to
avoid having her identity revealed, she successively appears
in a new environment, time and profession where she is bound
to play her part. Kirsty’s ’costumes’
are designed to help her play her role convincingly.
The TV screens the film Kirsty – The Movie. It takes
you through the adventures of Kirsty: From her time as a
clerk at the post office, where she got fired for stealing
letters, to her life as a road user and finally tells the
story of her experiences as a circus artist. Kirsty is never
bored. She even worked as an undercover agent, masquerading
as a ‘French crossword puzzle enthusiast who liked
long lonely walks in the woods’. But the job was a
lot more demanding than first appeared. The film takes a
peak through her cover.
The film is a collaboration between fashion designer Anna
Gulmann and the art trio, Ingen Frygt.