'Once Called Future' is about obstinate love and failed utopias as imagined futures, through the lens of the past while provoking questions and an examination of our present. Mid-Century retro-futuristic designs portray how the future had been imagined in the mid-20th Century. The future as the 'not here/not now' is a metonymic substitute for the other time and space.
I filmed the work in small towns in Texas where I could find an abandoned Futuro House and NASA's training vehicles. The whole journey was to uncover the mechanics of memory and imagination, and how they create a meaningful present.