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still Stitching the Future with Clues (Allison Leigh Holt, US 2021)

Sonic Terrain

Terra Incognita: Sonic Terrain

An experiential closing to Terra Incognita, looking to technologies and navigating our hopes and fears of the unknown futures of our world.

Poster Pvd T Aileen Ye Terra Incognita
Envisioning the future, our minds naturally gravitate towards the integration of technology. But what does this mean for the delicate balance between nature and our technological advancements? This event offers a unique sensory journey where the boundaries between natural and artificial blur, inviting us to explore the intricate relationship between humanity and technology.

Through the lens of two short films by Mexican film collective Collectivo Los Ingrávidos and expanded cinema artist Allison Leigh Holt, these works shed light on futuristic and ancestral visions and ways we can redirect our minds and energies for the present.

Followed by a live audio-visual performance by Peruvian digital artist Alex Guevara and Ukrainian sound artist Katarina Gryvul, weaving together sound, light, and imagery to create a multisensory experience that blurs the lines between reality and imagination.


  • still Stitching the Future with Clues (Allison Leigh Holt, US 2021)

    Stitching the Future with Clues (Allison Leigh Holt, US 2021, 16’)

    A neurodivergent-futurist manifesto asking viewers to consider feedback systems as theoretical frameworks, using animated diagrams, audio/video feedback processes, and expanded cinema techniques. The piece reveals, through a cybernetic lens, how neurodivergence can be viewed as a system of sense-making; one differently attuned to temporal, psychic, and environmental embodied existence, and holding key insights for urgently needed world-building.

  • still Xiuhtecuhtli (Colectivo Los Ingrávidos, MX 2023)

    Xiuhtecuhtli (Colectivo Los Ingrávidos, MX 2023, 16’)

    This is a rhythmic invocation of the ancestral fire, in which dazzling flames reanimate bones and natural elements. This is the shining of colour.

  • Katarina Gryvul x Alex Guevara

    Katarina Gryvul x Alex Guevara (Live AV) (40’)

    A performance full of catharsis and emotional liberation, an intense and immersive experience between glitch and distorted images, reflecting the personal journeys of Katarina Gryvul and Alex Guevara.

    Gryvul will also incorporate heavy, anxious breathing from her first panic attacks, which she experienced during Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. An immersive live audiovisual performance tracing embodied experiences and sonic landscapes, offering an intense experience for audiences.

  • Alex Guevara (© Camille Blake)

    Bio: Alex Guevara

    Alex Guevara is a digital artist from Lima, Peru, currently based in Berlin. He works in a wide range of fields including digital art, interaction design, data visualisation, generative design, interactive installations, and real-time music visualisation—combining art, science, and technology to create immersive experiences and stunning landscapes. His work has been presented in international festivals and exhibitions all over the world.

  • Katarina Gryvul (© Nika Gargol)

    Bio: Katarina Gryvul

    Katarina Gryvul is a Ukrainian composer and sound artist. She emphasises timbre as the primary element of form in her compositions. Positioned between classical and electronic scenes, she has developed a unique way of composing that melds classical contemporary approach with processed voice and electronics. Gryvul blurs the lines between tradition and innovation, crafting pieces that resonate with both familiarity and experimentation.

The films in this programme are either spoken or subtitled in English.


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Programmers of the Future 2024

Three new Programmers of the Future will present their film programmes in Eye Filmmuseum this July. With films against despair, a colourful trip through the human psyche through animated films, and cinema that sharpens your senses.

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still Xiuhtecuhtli (Colectivo Los Ingrávidos, MX 2023)
Katarina Gryvul x Alex Guevara
still Annea Lockwood: A Film About Listening (Sam Green, US 2021)

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Programmer of the Future Aileen Ye selected seven films to watch at home: listening to the wind, a mountain that remembers, lava like blood in a landscape. Several films can be viewed for free.

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