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'Are we there yet'- Episode 5

Transition Days

EN: The video 'Orphans of Babylon' is the result of a long process, physical and mental, initiated by a dream about an orphanage in the rocks and a tower of babylon made out of papier mâché . 

This video has been developed in the framework of Transition Days Luxembourg and is the fifth episode of 9 theme related artistic video works. 'How to live together in a one planet world?' is the overall question this year's Transition Days ask. While examining 9 different topics over a period of 9 months, such as food, energy or transport. Using the metaphor of a house - with 9 different rooms - to deal with these topics, it seemed accurate to take a look at these rooms from an artistic point of view. In order to allow another kind of access and to build a bridge to a more imaginative or metaphorical as well as to an assumed subjective analysis of these topics. The artists have been chosen by Nora Wagner, on behalf of CELL (Center for Ecological Learning Luxembourg) - the transition hub, based on her ambition to display the points of view of a diverse range of artists, competent in the field of the respective thematics.

FR: La vidéo 'Orphelins de Babylone' est le résultat d'un long processus, physique et mental, initié par un rêve sur un orphelinat dans les rochers et une tour de Babylone en papier mâché.

'Are we there yet ?' est une recherche artistique sur / avec / en transition. La série de 9 vidéos, réalisée par Nora Wagner dans le cadre des Transition Days, sera diffusée pendant 9 mois jusqu'en mai 2021, chaque mois présentant un sujet et un artiste différents.

Organisation: CELL - Center for Ecological Learning Luxembourg, in collaboration with neimënster