In Herzegovina, an ecologist, a gardener and a farmer respond to a French landscaping text that analyzes the planet as a single garden. Their gestures and voices, the plow and the camera, sow a reflection on ways to perceive this landscape and position oneself in it.
Matías Piñeiro, Mehmed Rizvanbegović, Arnela Selimić, Abdullah Mehmedbašić, Gilles Clément, Lucie Bercez, Melisa Liebenthal, Santiago Bonilla, Felipe Esparza, Sofiane Boukhari, Damir Ugljen, Ferid Rizvanović
Kendra McLaughlin works with moving images to explore memory, attachment to place, and ethics of representation and care. Her works frequently dialogue between non-fiction and fiction, between inquiry and emotion. She holds a degree in Visual and Environmental Studies from Harvard, masters degrees in Arts & Politics (SPEAP) and in Human Rights from Sciences Po, and is a graduate of Le Fresnoy, France’s national contemporary arts studio. Raised between Canada and Thailand, she is currently based in France.