THE (OPPRESSIVE) FISHTANK ENVIRONMENT

Caterina Miralles Tagliabue

SPANISH PREMIÈRE

SYNOPSIS

London has given up part of its heritage in exchange for looking “contemporary”. Billboards reflect the desired image of the city and they shape our opinion, projecting an idealized image that has nothing to do with reality. This short video-essay seeks to unveil this essential underlying reality that is not seen, using the billboards scattered around the city’s streets as a canvas. Are we able to see beyond consumerism and a commodity culture and realize the deception?

SCREENING:

Thursday, May 12 · 7:00 p.m. – 9:15 p.m. · Short film session 2 · Cinemes Girona · Room A ·

 

2021 · ENGLISH. OV with Spanish subtitles · COLOR · 3 MIN

TITLE: THE (OPPRESSIVE) FISHTANK ENVIRONMENT

DIRECTOR: Caterina Miralles Tagliabue

COUNTRY: UNITED KINDOM

CATERINA MIRALLES TAGLIABUE

Director

Caterina Miralles Tagliabue is a young architect from Barcelona recently graduated from the Architectural Association School of Architecture in London. Her work focuses on new media in connection with the social and ethnographic field of design and our built environment. Her practice ranges from articles and publications to exhibitions, solo installations and film-making.

DATA SHEET

TITLE: THE (OPPRESSIVE) FISHTANK ENVIRONMENT

DIRECTOR: Caterina Miralles Tagliabue

YEAR: 2021

COUNTRY: United Kindom

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