As part of our online exhibition programme Digital Notes, we are showing three video works exploring themes of food, futures and biodiversity.
Digital Notes has been developed by Artist-Curator Sophie Lindsey and considers the potential of art as a form of collective note making, through its ability to record and share ideas, build understanding, and act as a starting point for further research, or taking action.
The Shorts Screening was premiered here at 7pm on Thursday 8 April 2021, and will be available to watch until the end of April.
Amanda Gatti + Gustiele Fistaról will be showing a video-performance that is an outcome of their joint research project Fronteiras: Território de Rupturas, which investigates their understanding of borders and how they relate to the body.
Ashley Yuqi Zhang + Hua Zhang have collaborated to create Drawing with wind, a performance that explores uncertainty through the interplay between the artist, the elements and a robotic drawing board that responds to live weather data.
Sebastián Calfuqueo’s animated story Mapu Kufüll or Land Seafood, focuses on the cosmological perspective of the Mapuche people in relation to mushroom picking and how mushrooms have been a symbol of resistance.
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After the live premiere the screening will be available for catch-up until the end of April.
We would love to hear from you in the live chat above, which will be open before and after the screening on Thursday 8 April. In the meantime be sure to check out the rest of the programme here.