Borrowed Scenery short film


Borrowed Scenery is a story about an alternate reality (past, future or parallel) where plants are a central aspect of human society. Weaving through the physical spaces of everyday life, the story can be tangibly experienced wherever plants and humans interact. Borrowed Scenery encourages us to see urban plant life with fresh eyes and re-imagine our cities as places of sinuous interaction between humans and plants: where plants don’t just provide us with food and materials but become neighbours, teachers, and gateways to the planetary β€˜Other’.

This film provides an insight into the physical narrative of the project – a visual taste of the space and place as the camera weaves through Ghent's parks and urban vegetation.


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