Minority Report; Films Of Colonization And Abandonment Of Land

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The textures of spaces and the synaptic explosions they recall unravel in this contrasting collection of works from across the globe. Interrogating occupations of terrain and the experience of immigration, Minority Report presents a collision between official histories, personal memory, and the perilousness of translation, which are autopsied and brought back to life in both vivid and oblique terms. A kaleidoscopic encounter with colonialism and autonomy, surveillance and invisibility, language and illegibility, various displacements are exhumed from the morass of history and across spatial boundaries.

Curated by Nazlı Dinçel (in person!)

Programme:

The Strange Sound of the Land Being Open in a Furrow by Juan Manuel Sepulveda 22 min, Video, 2010

Kunįkága Remembers Red Banks, Kunįkága Remembers the Welcome Song. by Sky Hopinka 10 min, Video, 2015

Translator by Junehyuck Jeon
14 min, Video, 2014

There is a Woman Texting in Front of the Dark Horse by Parastoo Anoushahpour, Ryan Ferko, Nina Konnemann, Faraz Anoushahpour
(7min excerpt) 15 min, HD Video, 2014

Remembering the Pentagons by Azadeh Navai
23 min, 16mm, 2015
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