All listings for Practice: Ecological
Handmade films, by definition, would also seem to require the corporeal touch of the artist. Yet ecological films, wrought from nature, offer no less of a connection to the artist’s hand. It is only that the artist is not always human—or that the human artist quite deliberately engages in a collaboration with nonhuman actors and agents. Allowing nonhuman elements such as wind, water, air, or animals to play a part in the creation of cinematic abstraction prompts us to ask fundamental questions regarding the nature of authorship, intention, and collaboration.