Karrabing Film Collective Australia

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The Karrabing Film Collective uses the creation of film and art installations as a form of Indigenous grassroots resistance and self-organization. Shot on phones and handheld cameras, the collective’s films seek to expose the facets of colonial violence that continue to directly impact its members, such as environmental devastation, land restrictions and economic exploitation. In collaboration with London Serpentine’s “Back to Earth” campaign, WePresent spoke to them about the Art Residency for Ancestors and their film “The Family:” a film commission aimed at protecting the totemic, historical ecology and geography of the south side of the Anson Bay, Northern Territory, Australia.