An exploration of the relationship of humanity and nature in one of the most pristine wilderness environments left on the planet: the Omora Ethnobotanical Park in the Biosphere Reserve of Cape Horn, Chile. The park is located just west of Puerto Williams, the southernmost town in the world on Navarino Island. This is half of a dual channel video installation to be projected on opposite walls of a gallery with the audio co-mingling.
Video and post-production by Claudia Esslinger, audio created by Eric des Four with arrangement by Ian Ross. Actor: Abe Shriner. Thanks to Paola Vezzani, Ricardo Rozzi and the Omora Foundation.
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