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Sweetness Through Water: A melancholic yet buoyant reclamation


Image from video installation work, You Can’t Have Honey Without An Onion, 2023, courtesy of Rima Sater and Laura Acosta.


FCG is proud to publish "Sweetness Through Water: A melancholic yet buoyant reclamation," an exhibition text by Sandi Rankaduwa to accompany You Can't Have Honey Without An Onion by Rima Sater and Laura Acosta.



Sandi Rankaduwa is a Sri Lankan-Canadian writer, filmmaker, and sometimes performer. Her cultural criticism has appeared in The Believer, Vulture, Rolling Stone, and BuzzFeed News. Her most recent film — a short documentary called Ice Breakers — was produced by the National Film Board and named a Vimeo Staff Pick. An erstwhile comedian, Sandi has also worked for 22 Minutes, performed stand-up at various festivals in the US and Canada, and trained in improv at the iO, Annoyance Theatre, and Second City.



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