“2 FEET” explores the aesthetics of macroalgae and their majestic kelp forest through the lives of five women from five continents.
This film sits at the intersection of art, science, and ecological conservation, depicting the life power of the underwater forest through women’s prayers. «2 FEET» raises collective consciousness, centering dialogue within living environments to which humans inherently belong while promoting tangible action and response at the intersection of climate change and social justice.
This short film is an ode to the giant kelp of the pacific and to ecofeminist. values.
Fusing Contemporary Art and Science
Using artistic film of kelp to explore how linked patriarchal, colonial, and capitalist systems oppress women and ecological foundation species.
In collaboration and dialogue with the scientists from REEF CHECK Foundation and the Musician Gabo Lora.Director Biography – KALIE
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