Filmmaker: Roberto Mighty, MFA, Artist-in-Residence, Harvard Forest of Harvard University, created "First Contact: Puritans, Native Americans and the Clash of Land in the 17th Century" - a multimedia (film, photography, sound design and historic voices) meditation on irreconcilable differences between the two groups on what is now the central Massachusetts plateau. Roberto created ten short impressionistic films, several photographs, and researched historical documents in England and America. The resulting presentation was screened at Harvard's Fisher Museum at Harvard Forest. This is one excerpt from that project.
• Description: An immersive digital multimedia art exhibit about the roles of Christianity,
indigenous Spirituality and land use in 17th century central Massachusetts.