A multi-screen installation by international artist duo Vincent Moon and Priscilla Telmon.
Based on four years of research, the film presents an expansive audiovisual journey into the spiritual and cultural rituals of Brazil. Exploring the boundaries of cinema, the work aims to blur the divide between viewer and subject; taking audiences on an ethnographic exploration of diverse sacred ceremonies progressing through a sensorial realm of movements, dance and music.
A sumptuous, cinematographic meditation on sacred Brazilian culture, Híbridos, the Spirits of Brazil offers a lesson on how we might live now; a moral compass for the Anthropocene age from those living in the most fragile environments.
Visitors can also see Híbridos, the Spirits of Brazil for free between 10:00—15:00 on Saturday 18 May 2019.
For more information about the project visit www.hibridos.cc
Supported by Victoria Gallery & Museum and the University of Liverpool as part of Open House.