Green(d), For Lack of a Better Word, Is Good. Beyond marketing campaigns and good intentions, it is time to look at the greening of America's businesses from the long-standing perspective of supply and demand.
Raymond Depardon + Paul Virilio
Native Land - Stop Eject“Raymond Depardon and I are both concerned by the same question: what is left of the world, of native lands, of the history of the only habitable planet today?” Paul Virilio While the world has reached a critical moment in its history, where the environment conditions what humans do and what they will become, the exhibition Native Land, Stop Eject proposes a reflection on the notions of being rooted and uprooted, as well as related questions of identity. Whereas Raymond Depardon gives a voice to those who wish to live on their land but are threatened with exile, Paul Virilio examines and challenges the very idea of sedentariness in the face of the unprecedented migrations taking place in the contemporary world. The exhibition is, therefore, a confrontation. It is at once a contradictory and complementary dialogue between filmmaker and photographer, Raymond Depardon, and urbanist and philosopher, Paul Virilio. Depardon’s work has often explored native lands, and, particularly, the world of farmers, giving value to speaking and listening. His capacity to combine both the political and the poetic is clear to anyone familiar with his work. Through his writing, Paul Virilio has spent much of his time working on notions of speed, exodus, the disappearance of geographic space, and the pollution of distances.
Linda Chenit, November 3, 2008
Linda Chenit, November 3, 2008
Terre Natale/Chili_Raymond Depardon
“Let us listen to these people, be they Chipaya, Yanomami, or Afar. Let us listen to these people and give them a chance to speak, so we can hear them express themselves in their language, with their own way of speaking, their own facial expressions.” Raymond Depardon. This notion of being rooted - the relationship that a population nurtures with its land, its language, and its history - finds its full expression in the monumental projection of a film by Raymond Depardon, made especially for this exhibition. Accompanied by sound engineer, Claudine Nougaret, Depardon traveled to Chile, Ethiopia, Bolivia, France, and Brazil to meet with nomads, farmers, islanders, and indigenous peoples, all of whom were either threatened with extinction or living on the periphery of globalization. They express themselves in their mother tongue languages, anchored in their native soil (“I was born in my language,” says one woman), and voice their anger and pain in view of the numerous threats and fears that plague their lives. “After travelling all over the world to ‘give a voice’ to […] endangered minorities […], I felt the need to confront my own world, one that is suffering from the ‘disease of speed’ denounced by Paul Virilio.”
Terre Natale/Japon_ Raymond Depardon
Raymond Depardon thus goes on to share his first-hand experience of globalization and the world’s shrinking distances in the form of a silent filmed journal. After celebrating and “giving a voice” to those who wish to remain on their land, he travelled to cities around the world from East to West in 14 days - Washington, Los Angeles, Honolulu, Tokyo, Ho Chi Minh City, Singapore, Cape Town - accompanied solely by his camera.
“I’m nostalgic for the world’s magnitude, of its immensity.” Paul Virilio
Depardon’s travel journal - a long-distance imaginary dialogue with Paul Virilio - brings us to the second part of the exhibition Stop Eject, curated by Virilio, and designed by American artists and architects, Diller Scofidio + Renfro, in collaboration with Mark Hansen, Laura Kurgan, and Ben Rubin.
“The nature of being sedentary and nomadic has changed. […] Sedentary people are at home wherever they go. With their cell phones or laptops, [they are] as comfortable in an elevator or on a plane as in a high-speed train. This is the sedentary person. The nomad, on the other hand, is someone who is never at home, anywhere.”
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