Horizons From West
The horizon doesn’t exist in the natural world. It is only an optical illusion of the sky touching the ground in the distance. Even though it is an abstract line, the horizon acts as a border to the unknown, the desirable, and the frightening.
"Danny Nedkova (1995) was born in Sofia, Bulgaria, and is a transdisciplinary media artist and photographer. In her films still and moving images often intertwine with text and narration. A common thread in her works are the themes of unlearning, the psychology of identities and decentralization and equality in the digital age.
Lorenz Zenleser (1993), born in Bolzano and currently based in Vienna. He works for Austrian film festivals and as a filmmaker. He studied Sociology and Architecture in Innsbruck and is currently a student at the Social Design Studio (University of Applied Art Vienna). His current focus lies in archives, lost and found footage and material."