- a series of year-long encounters between artists and climate scientists from around the world-presents, in collaboration with Museum of the Moving Image (MoMI)
, two programs of short films that confront the human conception of "nature" and explore all that is unnamable, unknowable, and wild.
The series will be available for free online,
through a password-protected link to MoMI's Vimeo page, from December 3-11.
Viewers will be required to RSVP in advance.
They will receive a password-protected link
, which will allow them to view the entire series online
for the duration of one week.
New Nature Shorts Program I
New Nature Shorts Programm II
- Parallele by Harun Farocki | 2012 | DE | 16’
- Lichen by Lisa Jackson | 2019 | CA | 11’
- Coatl (Snake) by Colectivo Los Ingrávidos | 2015 | MX | 2’
- Still Life by Fischer Florian, Krell Johannes | 2014 | DE | 12’
- Holobiont by Jenna Sutela | 2018 | DE, NL | 10’
- Parallele III by Harun Farocki | 2014 | DE | 7’
- Europium by Lisa Rave | DE | 2014 | 21’
More detailed program info here.
New Nature Shorts
- A Demonstration by Sasha Litvintseva, Beny Wagner | 2020 | DE, NL, UK | 25’
- Nobody Loves Me by Farihah Zaman, Jeff Reichert | 2017 | US, PE | 12’
- Pedro Malheur (Pedro Misfortune) by Camila Beltrán | 2014 | MX, FR | 18’
- Resiliencia Tlacuache (Opossum Resilience) by Naomi Rincón Gallardo | 2019 | MX | 16’
- Garden of the Legend of the Golden Snail by Oliver Husain | 2019 | CA, IN | 14'
is a programme copresented by the Goethe-Institut and the Museum of the Moving Image, curated by Samara Chadwick and Sonia Epstein.
about the museum of the moving image (momi)
Museum of the Moving Image’s mission is to advance the understanding, enjoyment, and appreciation of the art, history, technique, and technology of film, television, and digital media. Despite the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, and with the building closed since March 14, the Museum continues to fulfill its mission online through live conversations with artists, filmmakers, scholars, media educators, and other industry professionals; articles published in MoMI's online film magazine Reverse Shot and science and film resource Sloan Science & Film; access to the Museum's collection of more than 130,000 objects; and the online presentation of a range of films—including acclaimed new release features and award-winning science shorts, plus archived video of Museum events, and more. In August 2020, the Museum co-created the Queens Drive-In, in partnership with Rooftop Films and New York Hall of Science, to revive communal moviegoing in a safe environment.
New Nature is a series of encounters over the course of 2020 between contemporary artists, filmmakers, immersive and VR creators, technologists, and climate scientists from Canada, Germany, Mexico and the US. The project is an initiative by the Goethe-Institut Montreal, realized with the support of the Federal Foreign Office of Germany, in partnership with the National Film Board of Canada, Centre Phi, Milieux Institute at Concordia University, Museum of the Moving Image, Massive Science, XR HUB Bavaria, UnionDocs Center for Documentary Art and Retune - Creative Technology Platform. More info here: www.goethe.de/canada/newnature