Echographies of the Invisible

Short Film, Sound, Narration


Film Stills

Echographies of the Invisible is an 11-minute video journey of a digital world that shifts, morphs, grows, and de-grows into uncertain futures. The world comprises point clouds and photogrammetry scans of unnamed bridges, underwater ecologies, rocks, and places from various contested and colonized territories from around the world. The film incorporates spoken text and sounds to create a time-scape that addresses non-chronological and inter-referential articulations of time, for example, by employing rocks rather than clocks as measures of time. The work also speculates the undying lives of the dead and the deceased in the occupied territories to address the contingent understanding of life and death at marginalities.