Earthquakes, volcanoes. Natural trauma of the Earth engendered in geological time and violently made manifest and monitored. Extinction of species. Industrial and extractive trauma of the Earth in human time, nurtured by neoliberal geoeconomics. Extinction of the planet.
This session is made up of audiovisual works that present geology as the archive and the memory of sedimentary ages and scars.
- Medium Earth, by The Otolith Group, 2013. United Kingdom, 29 minutes.
- Hypnagogia, by Pierre-Luc Vaillancourt, 2018. Canada. 5 minutes.
- Insolite [Unusual], by Maya Schweizer, 2019. Germany/ Italy. 12:16 minutes.
- Le Tigre de Tasmanie [The Tasmanian Tiger], by Vergine Keaton, 2018. France. 14 minutes.
- Dark Matter, by Viktor Brim, 2020. Germany. 19:52 minutes
Total length of the session: 80 minutes.
After the session an encounter will be held with María Bella, researcher and cultural producer, María Morata, curator of the cycle, and Gabriel Alonso, from the Institute for Postnatural Studies.
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