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Moving Homeward explores the use of the personal and familial archive as a tool for auto-ethnographic investigation and speculative reconstruction of home, family, and affections. In the context of migration, displacement, and loss, how can artists research, deconstruct, reconstruct and expand archives to work through grief, uprootedness, assimilation, and intergenerational trauma?
Curated by PD Directors Sylvia Nowak and Ana Luisa Bernardez.
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Once Upon a Time/Ngày Xửa Ngày Xưa, Han Pham (Canada, 2020) 5:17 mins
Via Karelia, Elian Mikkola (Finland, 2021) 12:36 mins
Green and Red, but Terracotta Red, Federica Foglia, (Canada, 2020) 10:00 mins
Kitchen.blend, Nataliya Ilchuk (Ukraine/France, 2021) 15:00 mins
To Play with a Spinning Top, Jessica Fuquay (USA, XXXX) 12:27 mins
Co-presented by Archive/Counter-Archive, a project dedicated to activating and remediating audiovisual archives created by Indigenous Peoples (First Nations, Métis, Inuit), the Black community and People of Colour, women, LGBT2Q+ and immigrant communities. Political, resistant, and community-based, counter-archives disrupt conventional narratives and enrich our histories.
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