The Nature of the Experiment

I’m honored to be invited to give a lecture at Tehran International Short Film Festival on Thursday 21st at 7pm local time about:

The Nature of the Experiment. Experimental film/video practice in single channel, multi-channel and live settings. From experimental shorts, documentary essays to audiovisual space experiences.

I will be talking about my work and how the understanding of space, nature and landscape shapes it. Join online at

shooting in the Arctic

edge of doom

will be screened on August 31st at GIV’s Vidéos de Femmes dans le Parc:

—/—    Le Groupe intervention vidéo présente   —/—
Commissaires / Curators
Anne Golden + Annaëlle Winand + Verónica Sedano Alvarez

Du 2 au 6 septembre 2021
From September 2nd to 6th, 2021
Gratuit / Free

La programmation sera également présentée en boucle à travers la fenêtre de la galerie Produit rien, au 6909 rue Marconi, le 31 août de 19 h 30 à 21 h 30. / The programme will also be screened in a loop through the window of the gallery Produit rien, at 6909 Marconi Street, on August 31st from 7:30 PM to 9:30 PM. 
 30 years ago, GIV staff initiated a screening project that became one of the longest running events celebrating independent media artworks created by women artists.* The explosion of outdoor screenings is now a staple of Montreal summers. Vidéos de femmes dans le parc (VFP) was one of the forerunners. VFP is a celebration of the communal aspect of gathering to watch media artworks. Initially a project to bring video art to spectators in a non-traditional venue, VFP has evolved into a much-anticipated summer highlight. We wish to thank the artists, distributors and spectators for joining us on this adventure. 
*Women is utilized here in its most inclusive definition.

FORÊT D’EXPÉRIMENTATION is part of Labocine’s „Spirit of the Forest“

Labocine’s August 2021 Issue Spirit of the Forest is out! 🌲🌳🌴

„The concept of the forests as a source of life cannot be isolated from the integrity of nature that corresponds to the integrity of the physical body and cultural personality of local and indigenous peoples. As a source of life, the forests need to be understood in accordance with the natural elements that support life, such as the earth, water, trees and wildlife, air, sun, sounds or language. Since ancient times, undisturbed patches of vegetation have been dedicated to folk spirits In this issue, we pay tribute to these very same spirits of the forests that have protected our bioreserves and have awoken at times abruptly to the the impending cries and human-induced pertubances.“ (Curated by Alexis Gambis)

Watch the 32 films now from the link: