Forest Law

2014 | 00:38:00 | Ecuador / Switzerland | English / Spanish | Color | Stereo | 16:9 | HD video

Collection: Single Titles

Tags: Activism, Documentary, Environment, Indigenous, Nature

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Forest Law underlines the persistent fact that we are yet to learn to live otherwise in an age defined by the colossal consequences of a new socio-geological order we ourselves have created through irresponsible interactions with Earth’s systems. If the research and narratives in this exhibition articulate how global history entwines with nature, and how global nature entwines with histories all too located and consistent with globalization’s pattern of exploitation and marginalization: it also coalesces with past and future stories of resistance, and urges us to rethink, as one, the way of our being in the world and of being with the planet: something perhaps to become a key political project for our time.