Madiha Aijaz's video These Silences Are All the Words explores the locations of three neglected libraries in the city of Karachi, Pakistan.
Wayne Kaumualii Westlake
In ʻōlelo Hawaiʻi (Hawaiian language), the word “huli” evokes many layered and contextually dependent meanings.
The project Omehen (which means “harvest” in Manobo Talaingod, the Indigenous language of the Mindanao region in the south of the Philippines) was conceived by Alfred Marasigan, Karl Castro, and Guelan Luarca in collaboration with the Lumad Indigenous community in exile in Manila. Following the bombing of Lumad schools during the ongoing armed conflict in Mindanao, the Lumad people found refuge in various academic institutions in Manila, including the Ateneo de Manila University, where the artists teach.
Yan Shi’s 010013 is set in Anguri Nunu, meaning a lake with swans.
Mark Salvatus’ That Day Most Eagerly Awaited presents and explores the home as a thriving ecology
In Vajiko Chachkhiani’s video Winter Which Was Not There, a man watches a monumental concrete sculpture being hoisted out of the sea.
Amrita Hepi is a dancer and choreographer with an interdisciplinary practice
For Construction of the Cities of Memory, Ernesto Bautista interviewed some of his closest friends, asking them about the first houses they lived in, or the first houses they lost. Based on these oral histories, the artist created a 3D rendering of a virtual city with all the houses his friends remember, houses that no longer exist for them, but exist again in this new alternative reality.
Luke Luokun Cheng
Hengfu banners are traditionally hung in public spaces in China to communicate messages of inspiration or motivation.
In this documentary, the directors set out on a journey through remote towns and villages in Brazil in search of crafts and professions that are near extinction.