by Gabriela Golder
When and where?
Friday, 22 september - 2:00 PM
Saturday, 23 september - 10:00 AM
Sunday, 24 september - 10:00 AM
Monday, 25 september - 10:00 AM
Tuesday, 26 september - 10:00 AM
Wednesday, 27 september - 10:00 AM
Thursday, 28 september - 10:00 AM
Friday, 29 september - 10:00 AM
Saturday, 30 september - 10:00 AM
Sunday, 01 october - 10:00 AM
Monday, 02 october - 10:00 AM
Tuesday, 03 october - 10:00 AM
Wednesday, 04 october - 10:00 AM
Thursday, 05 october - 10:00 AM
Friday, 06 october - 10:00 AM
Saturday, 07 october - 10:00 AM
Sunday, 08 october - 10:00 AM
Makhzen El Rachidia
Director: Gabriela Golder
Research: Gabriela Golder, Mariana Lombard
Archival image research: Malena Martins, Tatiana Mazú, Madeleine Faburel Dumail
General Assistance: Mariana Lombard
Edition and postproduction: Ivo Aichenbaum
Soundtrack: Santiago Pedroncini
Archives from demonstration 2018/2021 Chile, Colombia, Hong Kong, France, Lebanon
Han Nefkens Foundation, Barcelona
With the support of Sharjah Biennial - Fragmentos, Espacio de Arte y memoria - Bienalsur
Universidad Nacional de Tres de Febrero. In partnership with the Institut National du Patrimoine.
to Institut National du Patrimoine
to ocular trauma victims in Colombia: Daniel Jaimes, David Racedo, Diego Navarro, Andrés Guerrero, Cristian Rodríguez Zárate, Johan Nicolás Reina, Juan Pablo Fonseca Roa, Gareth Steven Sella, Daniel Bernal, Freddy Beltrán
Thanks to: Hoor Qasimi, José Francisco Puello Socarras, María Fernanda Ariza, Universidad del Cine.
Broken Eyes is born from the shock of the tragic events that have taken place in Chile and Colombia from 2019. A social and political crisis that has left more than 500 people with eye injuries due to pellets shot by the police during the protests. The police aim directly for the heads. It is not only in Chile or Colombia but also in Palestine, France, Hong Kong, Brazil, Lebanon, Kashmir.
Built from various sources (archive images, testimonies of victims of mutilation, performance, slogans chanted in popular demonstrations, military and scientific texts), BROKEN EYES wonders about right before that moment of mutilation and what remains after the tragedy. It wonders about violence, about the action of tear out the eyes, the absence of the gaze, invisibility, blindness. But also intends to keep memories, collecting the remains, the traces, the images of those gazes on the brink of disappearance.
Makhzen El Rachidia (map)
Sep. 22 from 2pm to 6pm
23 Sep. > 8 Oct. from 10am to 6pm
Languages: English with Arabic and English subtitles
29 mins - continuous
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