A conversation about KANG Sang-woo’s film KIM-GUN and how it treats historical evidence and testimonies as a ‘horizon of contingent truths’ with the potential to be pieced together in alternating ways, touching upon the complex dynamics of archives and life stories, collective memory and amnesia, the mechanisms of image-making and history-writing.
The Perverted Archival Image workshop centered on and tentacled off from Studio Baalbeck. The workshop participants created an audio montage of recordings to accompany some of the visual archive material.
Knots can store and transport information as a three-dimensional medium – in the Andes they were used in this way for centuries. Nayeli Vega looks at their practical as well as their symbolic function and with digital and analog methods creates knots to encrypt data.