Document 2019 Ana Vaz: The Voyage Out
Sun 27 October 2019
Ana Vaz The Voyage Out
Artist Ana Vaz will present a special reading/screening around her upcoming debut feature film, The Voyage Out.
The Voyage Out takes the toxic disaster in Fukushima as a synecdoche of the impending ecological disaster and the possibility of renewal. It presents an exhibition as an account: an ethnography of the future, an ethnography otherwise. Two years after the toxic disaster in Fukushima, a new island has emerged in the Ogasawara archipelago, in the far south of Japan. The Voyage Out stages, in a dreamlike and experimental form, the sensitive imaginary of these two places, and the way in which they compose a world crossed by the spectre of destruction and renewal.
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