Memory of glaciers, 2017.
Vidéo installation, music by Côme Aguiar.
Film, color, 10’51’’, loop, 3D images

Memory of Glaciers is a myth at the confluence of science and fiction, the first component of a trilogy on the origin and existence of Man until his evolution. The film’s starting point is the discovery of the Churyumov–Gerasimenko comet, which might contain an explanation of the origin of life on Earth. The video installation recounts the tragic melting of a glacier in the south of Patagonia, evoking an amputation of a gangrened body. At the heart of these organic rocks—comet and glaciers—birth and death are preserved in equal fashion. Angelika Markul reveals the secrets they hold (real or fictional) through images tinted with mystery.

La Formule du Temps, Centre international d’art et de paysage de l’île de Vassivière, Vassivière, France, 2020. Curator : Marianne Lanavère 
Human-Free Earth, U-jazdowski Castle, Centre for Contemporary art, Warsaw, Poland, 2019
Curator : Jaroslaw Lubiak
Festiwal Narracje, Gdańsk, Poland, 2019. Curator : Sylwia Szymaniak, Sarmen Beglarian
Tierra del Fuego, Musée de la Chasse et de la Nature, Paris, 2018. Curator : Lauranne Germond
, Centro Cultural Néstor Kirchner, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 2017. Curator : Diana Wechsler

MUNTREF, Museo de Artes Visuales, Buenos Aires, Argentina