Atlantida (2009) presents an imaginary journey through the seven islands experienced as an interchange between image and sound charting a conversational movements of colour, light, texture through the natural world. It’s a multi-channel video and live performance (as part of The Nature Being) with immersive sound, that addresses the themes of silence and landscape with location recordings of each of the seven volcanic islands captured in high detail. Its ten minute duration presents an ethereal sequence of scenes that resonates with the glory of the natural environment.
Mink and Scanner captured the idea of silence and human intervention, by creating traces through different areas which adresses the existence of the real and imagined landscapes that they’ve confronted and readjusted throughout their journey.
This project has been presented at onedotzero festival, The 2nd Biennal de Canarian islands, Bienal de Mercusol, Van Abbe Museum, Videomedeija, amongst others.