The main selection is presented as a series of curated programmes addressing topical issues that pertain to an ethical and aesthetic understanding of the contemporary media ecology. The programmes weave together a varied corpus of poetic and political inquiries that delve into the depth of material reality, employing the medium to investigate the thresholds of perceptual landscapes, interrogate the set of power/knowledge structures permeating the social body and re-imagine its possible configurations.
Fracto is conceived as an encounter embracing the cinematic medium as a membrane for intersubjective exchanges: a compound eye merging multiple perspectives into an embodied and shared experience where the primordial and the critical actively unfold in the enjoyment of endless interpretation.
What can a body do?
Coming of ages
A home is a hallway
The places we go, the ways that we fall apart
The world of breathing