Part travelogue, diary film, cartographic exploration, and celluloid notebook, Domestic Product examines the border zones between art and anthropology. Invoking the velocity inherent in Latin American transit, Domestic Product looks to sensory ethnography and avant-garde film traditions in an attempt to suggest the unrepresentable qualities of travel and memory.
Regarding highland Guatemala – with its legacy of civil war, Indigenous genocide, and land rights issues – through the lens of experimental domestic ethnography allows for consideration of image ethics, privilege, proximity, and the codes of documentary representation, positing film-based visual art as a tool of decolonization.
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