The practices and affects of decolonial filmmaking
Arjunraj and Jonas Bens
Since their inception as an artform, films have been structured by a colonial way of seeing. Specific arrangements and depictions of bodies reproduce colonial fantasies of the other of Europe. Recently, more and more visual artists explore alternative aesthetics that resist the colonial gaze. Today, we talk with filmmaker Arjunraj about the practices and affects of decolonial filmmaking.