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"Who owns the sun?" is an intimate video diary that moves on the line between documentary and fiction. The seven diary chapters were filmed and edited during the Covid-19 pandemic, under the shadow of quarantines, lockdowns, and the prolonged confinement between four walls. The diary reflects different coping strategies with the global situation, including personal search, play, examination, and testing the limits of video. A home camera, low-cost visual effects, and simple logistics crystallized into a visual language that strives to create surrealistic worlds within the period's constraints. The various chapters offer points of view on the relationship between interior and exterior. Moreover, they illuminate the formation of an accelerated and increasing process in which the exterior invades the interior and blurs the boundary between the two spaces. Like a common thread woven throughout the chapters, strange and metaphysical phenomena converge with an unsettled consciousness that longs for the outside but finds itself closed in, withdrawn, and gradually sinks into its protected inner world, encased in the home environment

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 The CDA's archives are operating with the support of the Ostrovsky Family Fund and Artis
 

How owens the sun?

"Who owns the sun?" is an intimate video diary that moves on the line between documentary and fiction. The seven diary chapters were filmed and edited during the Covid-19 pandemic, under the shadow of quarantines, lockdowns, and the prolonged confinement between four walls. The diary reflects different coping strategies with the global situation, including personal search, play, examination, and testing the limits of video. A home camera, low-cost visual effects, and simple logistics crystallized into a visual language that strives to create surrealistic worlds within the period's constraints. The various chapters offer points of view on the relationship between interior and exterior. Moreover, they illuminate the formation of an accelerated and increasing process in which the exterior invades the interior and blurs the boundary between the two spaces. Like a common thread woven throughout the chapters, strange and metaphysical phenomena converge with an unsettled consciousness that longs for the outside but finds itself closed in, withdrawn, and gradually sinks into its protected inner world, encased in the home environment

 The CDA's archives are operating with the support of the Ostrovsky Family Fund and Artis
 

 The CDA's archives are operating with the support of the Ostrovsky Family Fund and Artis
 

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