4 Waters-Deep Implicancy
An experimental film that asks us to re-think our planetary relationships, 4 Waters- Deep Implicancy ask us to consider our world out of time, to think about a primordial moment of entanglement prior to the separation of matter into the forms we currently know, both human and non-human; a time the filmmakers describe as ‘Deep Implicancy’. Moving across four bodies of water, the Mediterranean, the Pacific, the Atlantic and the Indian Ocean, the film follows the movement of people as well as elements and matter, taking a planetary view of the present and inviting us to question the ethics that drive our current moment.
Arjuna Neuman (b.1984) Lives and works in Berlin, Germany
An artist, writer and filmmaker, Neuman works experimentally with the essay form. His work explores the economic, social and ideological systems that shape our lived experiences. This is his second film in collaboration with Denise Ferreira da Silva.
Denise Ferreira da Silva. Lives and works in Vancouver, Canada
Ferreira da Silva is philosopher and academic. She is a Professor and Director of The Social Justice Institute at the University of British Columbia, Canada and Adjunct Professor of Fine Arts, at Monash Universit, Australia. She is the author of Toward a Global Idea of Race and co-editor of Race, Empire, and The Crisis of the Subprime (with Paula Chakravartty)
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