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Public space, public housing, occupied territories and digital terrain: for whom are the places and structures we occupy daily built?

These films find the answer in Lebanon and London - where potentially utopian community architectures are decimated in favour of corporate interest - and the Negev desert and bespoke virtual landscapes, technically uninhabited spaces subsumed by immense military power.

Who speaks on behalf of a space? And how can we reintegrate (inter)personal concerns into the issue of infrastructure? These meditative non-fictions each chart different situations around the world that carry an eerie echo of one another.

Programmed by Miranda Mungai. 75'

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