International artist & biologist team were able to gather once again to create about Baltic sea on Gotland island.
The art residence focused on creation about the movement and film, that brings a message about Halocline. In art film will be released in autumn 2022.The artist worked together in collaboration with Campus Gotland Hopespot and Film On Gotland.
Pablo Koury (art filmmaker and film editor)
Linnea Grimstedt ( behind the scenes and documentary filmmaker)
Nils Arneberg ( production assistant and behind the scenes photographer )
Agnes Hallberg ( sound creator, production and paper art assistant )
Gumbo Lew ( production assistant and behind the scenes filmmaker)
Funding - @nordiskkulturkontakt
Halocline - the layer of mixed water between saline bottom waters and brackish surface waters - is increasing. So is the problem of climate change, with all the factors causing it. Now it’s still possible to reverse it, keep the balance and keep the Baltic ecosystem healthy. Our wish in the project is to undertake deeper research, in collaboration with Hope Spot Gotland and Campus Gotland / Blue Centre Gotland, to learn more about the environment of the Baltic and what we can do to prevent further destructive changes in it. The message will be transformed into a short art film, expressed through the language of dance and body painting, filmed both in the studio and outdoors, in the landscapes of the Gotland island.