The Belgian photographer and filmmaker Tine Guns (°1983) focuses on the constant metamorphosis that we experience as human beings, and the inability to capture the fleeting reality. Guns’ work tries to open up our linear historiographical point of view by offering new combinations. In her challenging artistic documentary To Each His Own Mask, Guns looks at the revival of the protest culture. Every revolution has its icons and nowadays we see the mask show up, but wearing a mask is a carnivalesque strategy. So the question arises: does the current wave of protests serve as an illusion of carnival? Or have we forgotten the function of carnival? Have we forgotten that the purpose of the ritual is to remember?

To Each His Own Mask
2017, 42', color, sound.

NB: screened every hour from 11:15 on

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