Interspecies Architecture

How to reestablish the future of our relationship with other species?
A journey in the forest near Taipei with an uncertain destination, a nomadic speculation on relationships and processes that occur among species and dimensions beyond the human. All forms fluctuate, their variables are not fixed, meaning shifts as well, like time, history and place. In this constant evolution, how can we redefine the way we relate to other species dissolving any anthropocentric position? The project unfolds as a process of constant relocation, as the camera captures trajectories that transform throughout the film. Nomadism, an unstable and unpredictable order romanticized, cannibalized and mythologized, is defined by movement and migration, not only in space but also in thought, and it serves as a dimension through which the film establishes a variety of connections, documenting displacement, reconstructing a trajectory that alternates between documentary and science-fiction, constructing a post-capitalist distopic scenario, where signs accumulate, juxtaposing possibilities, like the effects of climate change, environmental disaster, an armed conflict, political repression, a never-ending collapse or an unknown organisms at the edge of life.

17th Venice Architecture Biennale
Postponed to May, 2021
As part of the Taiwan Pavilion by Divooe Zein Architects
Two channel video installation with sound

Rencontres Internationales Paris/Berlin,
Louvre Auditorium, Paris, 2021
Single channel with sound