• Homo Mobilis
    Homo Mobilis

    by Nikola Miloradovic

  • Aunt Du
    Aunt Du

    by Du Hau

  • Communal privacy
    Communal privacy

    by Dariya Cherimisina

  • Lon(don)liness
    Lon(don)liness

    by Caterina Miralles Tagliabue

Homo Mobilis

by Nikola Miloradovic
Homo Mobilis
This experimental documentary, shot during the COVID-19 pandemic in Toronto, Canada, explores the social alienation created in a car-dominant city, where public space has been exchanged for car-convenient services, and the relationships of city inhabitants are further separated by the automobile. The work is a record of the times, focusing on the transformation of the city when the automobile became a physical and societal filter; where the machine acts as a barrier between the dangerous outside world, and the safe interior world, protecting the fragile human body navigating the city of the future.

Aunt Du

by Du Hau
Aunt Du
The project observes the life of rural-urban migrant workers, locally known as Nongmingong, by exploring the social and spatial limbo that this group of marginalised workers experience in China.

Communal privacy

by Dariya Cherimisina
Communal privacy
The project explores the notion of private space in a Post-Soviet Moscow by observing and listening to the dialogues between four generations. Crossing the walls of private spaces, it reveals the possibility of intimacy within mass housing projects and traces the boundaries of our unshared spaces.

Lon(don)liness

by Caterina Miralles Tagliabue
Lon(don)liness
Lon(don)liness is a short film that portrays one day inside the city of London. It explores the inherent loneliness felt during the last lockdown. Empty center, crowded suburbs; the city appears as dislocated, fragmented and in some instances obsolete. Whilst on the other side of the lit windows, prevails the society of individuals; the urban dwellers who remain indoors.