She Waves At Me - AFFR
9–13 Oct 2024
film • stad • architectuur

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She Waves At Me

She Waves At Me

Filmed over a period of 18 months in the Barbican Estate, this short presents a sharp analogy between a building and its inhabitants growing old together. On one hand we witness the care and effort that goes into maintaining the building, the painting, scrubbing, cleaning and gardening. On the other hand, we watch as aging inhabitants have to make adjustments to their spaces to accommodate the needs that come with old age, as well as to their habits in order to keep living in their familiar spaces. 

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    Filmed over a period of 18 months in the Barbican Estate, this short presents a sharp analogy between a building and its inhabitants growing old together. On one hand we witness the care and effort that goes into maintaining the building, the painting, scrubbing, cleaning and gardening. On the other hand, we watch as aging inhabitants have to make adjustments to their spaces to accommodate the needs that come with old age, as well as to their habits in order to keep living in their familiar spaces. 

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    film • city • architecture 9 - 13 Oct. 2024