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Curated by Alfonse Chiu

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Curated by Alfonse Chiu
TERRITO/REALITIES is a DECK Associate Creative Programme

How do we make sense of the world?
How can we make sense of the world?
Who gets to make sense of the world?

TERRITO/REALITIES brings together 12 films in 3 chapters to expand our understanding of what it means to take a picture of our world. Located in the intersection between the environment, media, and technology, TERRITO/REALITIES explores the complicated relationship between humanity and planet Earth, as told by the images we make of them. From an exploration of the impact of mineral extraction in Congo to the dreams and desires of an Indonesian miner that blurs the line between film and fact, from a sumptuous examination of the Mekong river to the geopolitics of satellite-imagery technology.


Chapter One: What is Mine

Part I

● Europium by Lisa Rave
● Mangeurs de Cuivre by Bodil Furu

Part II

● The Most Beautiful Catastrophe by APART Collective
● The Magic Mountain by Daniel Mann and Eitan Efra 

More information on Chapter One may be found here. 

Chapter Two: From Over to Under

Part I

● Becoming Alluvium by Thảo Nguyên Phan
● The Land of the Wandering Souls by Rithy Panh

Part II

● Becquerel by Riar Rizaldi
● Mbah Jhiwo by Álvaro Gurrea

More information on Chapter Two may be found here. 

Chapter Three: Ways of Sensing

Part I

● Sunstone by Filipa César and Louis Henderson
● Making of Earths by Geocinema
Peninsula Tour by Kim Boyong

Part II

● Nostalgia for the Light by Patricio Guzman.

More information on Chapter Three may be found here.  

Screening Dates

12, 13, 19, 20 August 2022


Ticket to One Screening
Concession for students & NSFs—$12

All-Access Film Pass
Concession for students & NSFs—$50

Click here for purchase of tickets. 

Venue Supporter
Alliance Française de Singapour

The DECK Associate Creative Programme offers creative thinkers from around the world an opportunity to create and disseminate new knowledge pertaining to the photographic medium, its associated practices, and its transformations. Taking photography as both vantage point and point of departure, the programme seeks to connect voices in the global exchange of visual culture through the development of new content.

Event Information

12 August 2022 –
20 August 2022