This video interweaves the mobility of defiance against national-colonial borders and the collection of gossips by Southeast Asian migrants in Berlin.
In search of a polyphony that speaks to the ecologies, nightmares, poisons and antidotes that come to assemble an Archive for the Eleventh Hour.
The research project Poem Letters takes on translation as an archival process and calls for a reimagination of the ways we read and tran(re)slate archival material.
What happens when a private collection is turned into a public archive? The film Transient Witness explores the common features and necessary distinctions between art collections and archives as well as the various materials and cultural substrata that enable their existence.
An interview with Senegalese storyteller Babacar Mbaye Ndaak about oral culture and archives.
The film Spaced Out in Outer Space is a poetic reflection on what Donna Haraway calls ‘Commitments to Deathlessness’. In four chapters it deals with immortality, space travel, nature as computer code, and equilibrium.