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Waste on the shores, waste on the mountains. On ocean floors and deep down in the earth. The term "matter out of place" refers to objects in a place they originally do not belong to. In his unique imagery consisting of minutely composed pictures, director Nikolaus Geyrhalter traces immense amounts of waste across our planet. On his journey, Geyrhalter illustrates the sheer endless struggle of people to gain control over the vast amounts of waste that we produce every single day. Collecting, shredding, burning, burying - a Sisyphean task, which ostensibly solves the global problem of rubbish that is stealthily growing.
Waste on the shores, waste on the mountains. On ocean floors and deep down in the earth. The term "matter out of place" refers to objects in a place they originally do not belong to. In his unique imagery consisting of minutely composed pictures, director Nikolaus Geyrhalter traces immense amounts of waste across our planet. On his journey, Geyrhalter illustrates the sheer endless struggle of people to gain control over the vast amounts of waste that we produce every single day. Collecting, shredding, burning, burying - a Sisyphean task, which ostensibly solves the global problem of rubbish that is stealthily growing.
854565004061
Matter Out of Place - Matter Out Of Place / (Sub)

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Format: DVD
Label: ICARUS FILMS
Rel. Date: 06/27/2023
UPC: 854565004061

Matter Out Of Place / (Sub)
Artist: Matter Out of Place
Format: DVD
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Waste on the shores, waste on the mountains. On ocean floors and deep down in the earth. The term "matter out of place" refers to objects in a place they originally do not belong to. In his unique imagery consisting of minutely composed pictures, director Nikolaus Geyrhalter traces immense amounts of waste across our planet. On his journey, Geyrhalter illustrates the sheer endless struggle of people to gain control over the vast amounts of waste that we produce every single day. Collecting, shredding, burning, burying - a Sisyphean task, which ostensibly solves the global problem of rubbish that is stealthily growing.
        
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