Are there places that are more imaginable than others? Tripoli is presented, from Google Earth, as an emptied, abandoned, destroyed city. A city that has not yet been photographed by the platform. On the other hand, the small island of Lampedusa comes to life with its photographs of swimsuits, tourists or children on bicycles.
Inside an old apartment in Madrid, Lucia and Valeria draw three Tarot cards that reveal the first two courses of a menu. Without leaving the apartment, the two friends travel from Embún, Spain, to Llanquihue, Chile. These are the towns of their grandmothers, the only ones who know the recipes revealed by the cards.
In an editing room, in front of a timeline, the director explains how the editing of this film essay that explores resistance through artistic, cultural and social creation in Medellin (Colombia), a city delimited by invisible lines, should look like.
The world's first horror movie for and by machines. An emerging network organism scans and breathes on the world for the first time through millions of virally abused CCTV cameras. Zoom. Enhance. Identify. Fear. Nothing makes sense.
The author, or more specifically his voice, reveals to us that he has died in more or less unknown circumstances, and with difficulty tries to remember his death. In his monologue he confronts us with statements that question our mortality, vitality and sanity in a spiritual dystopia.
A sensory journey into the void and the multiple powers of its images of posthuman bodies in motion. Where the video transforms and turns around for personal encounters with the viewer, slowly inserting itself through their pores and retinas to unleash an astral and cybernetic journey.
The logline of Tunable Mimoid is: "Scientists discover the unique ability of an extraterrestrial organism to regenerate after being exposed to harmful radiation waves". This work is a brilliant exercise that explores the creation of fictional narrative universes in the scientific context and the narratives inherent in this environment.