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 Canada
Promotion Jonas Mekas
Kendra McLaughlin (1993, Canada) is drawn to image-making as a process of encounter. Concerned with representational ethics, her work employs meta-documentary and fictional interventions to explore the intersection of affective memory and attachment to place.
After studying Visual and Environmental Studies at Harvard University, she worked at its Sensory Ethnography Lab while pursuing graduate degrees in political arts, international affairs and human rights at Sciences Po. She is currently continuing her research at Le Fresnoy (France) and as a One World Media fellow (UK).