THE STONES IN OUR HANDS
A drone flies over artificial landscapes in the Bolivian salt desert. A Swiss archaeologist lists the various utopian societies excavated during her research. A female diver questions the importance of collecting and protecting to no longer subdue and destroy. Oscillating between mythological narrative, science-fiction aesthetics and ethnographic cinema, the three video works explore our anthropocenical imaginations and deconstruct the violence induced by our ways of thinking the other and the elsewhere.