Louis Henderson (1983, UK) is a filmmaker who experiments with different ways of working with people in order to address and question our current global condition, defined by racial capitalism and ever-present histories of the European colonial project. Developing an archaeological method in cinema, his films explore the sonic space of images, while listening to the echoes and spirals of the stratigraphic. Since 2017, Henderson has been working within the artist group The Living and the Dead Ensemble. Based between Haiti and France, they focus on theatre, song, slam, poetry, and cinema.
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João Polido Gomes is a musician who lives and works in Berlin. He performs music under the name Polido and past releases include Sabor A Terra (Holuzam, 2020) and A Casa E Os Cães (Holuzam, 2020). His musical and artistic production is rooted in an interest in sampling, from both personal and external source materials. Recent works and collaborations have focused on sound in an attempt to address questions of the medium itself, language, archive and music history, through their assemblage and dissection via sound processing techniques.