A film by Beny Wagner & Sasha Litvintseva Constant is a hallucinatory journey through the social and political histories of measurement. From early modern European land enclosures to the French Revolution to the current frontier of Big Science, the film traces the relationship of measurement standardization to power, ideals of democratisation and the realities of … Sigue leyendo Constant

Third Nature

A film by Daria Kiseleva Combining the elements of documentary, science fiction and essay film, Third Nature addresses algorithms (machines) as a species, and the virtual as its habitat. It is shot entirely in a virtual environment of video games and set in the space where the boundaries between organic, cultural and technical are obfuscated. … Sigue leyendo Third Nature


A film by Erika Roux Difficult is an all female music band. Their musical collaboration combines absurd lyrics with punk sensibility and improvisation, a difficult process of unlearning and transcending genres. In this film we are immersed into their musical experimentation within the safe space of the rehearsal studio.  2021 | 46 mins |English |Dutch … Sigue leyendo Difficult

When The Whistle Glares

A film by Marieke van Rooy & Domenico Mangano. When the Whistle Glares takes place in the Capriles clinic, a psychiatric institution in Willemstad, Curaçao. The artists spent four months on the clinic site where they, together with patients and students of the art school Instituto Buena Bista, investigated how we can imagine a psychiatric … Sigue leyendo When The Whistle Glares


A film by Eline Kersten. The Australian eco philosopher Glenn Albrecht refers with the term solastalgia to the relation between environmental degradation and the mental wellbeing of the people living and working in the degraded area. The eponymous film ‘Solastalgia’ shows the transformation of a limestone quarry from industry to nature area, and captures what … Sigue leyendo Solastalgia

Geological Evidences

A film by Matthew C. Wilson. Drawing from genres of science-fiction and documentary and filmed entirely in infrared, “Geological Evidences” address the current uncertainty about the position and future of humans in relation to the earth and climate change. An unclear and unsettling relationship between past, present, and future haunts a landscape that at times … Sigue leyendo Geological Evidences