by Luca Trevisani, Italy, 2016, 15′
Sudan lives in Kenya, protected by armed guards. He’s the last white rhino, the only one of his species to have survived extermination by poachers. The film is a profound moral analysis of the relationship between man and nature through investigation of ‘sculptural’ Sudan, a mortal work of art moving slowly on its way to extinction.
Screened at: Lo schermo dell’arte Film Festival 2016, Expo Art Week Chicago 2016.
by Doug Aitken USA, 2014, 78′
The first feature film by American artist Doug Aitken. Through 62 one-minute films the film tells of a journey aboard a train designed by the artist and conceived as a sculpture of light, made in the 2013 summer with several performances.
Screened at: Museo Pino Pascali, Val delle Rose, Mart, Palazzo Grassi, Milano Design Film Festival, Art e Film Lecce, Estate Fiorentina 2015.