Working with moving images, my work investigates the inexorable development of urban history and the enormous societal changes, relationship with nature, and collective memories caused by technology. I combine observation with a range of methods such as material exploration, diaristic structure, re-enactment, and structuralist strategy to dissolve borders between avant-garde film, documentary, and landscape study. My video seeks to meditate on historical, industrial, and social dynamics in those transformation processes through questioning and experimenting with current moving image making methods.
While at Headlands
While at Headlands, I will develop a new film exploring situations where late capitalism comes across latent animism, culminating in the fear that the interviewee’s soul might be stolen by the camera.