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  1. The Sea is History, made in the Dominican Republic and Haiti, is a free adaptation of the poem by Derek Walcott. The film is a materialist and animist critiq...

  2. 17 de mar. de 2017 · Article by William Kherbek in Berlin // Friday, Mar. 17, 2017. The interaction of history, myth and fantasy have long been key subjects in the filmic practice of artist Louis Henderson. His film, ‘The Sea is History’ (2016), taking its title from a poem by the British-St. Lucian Nobel laureate for literature Derek Walcott, was ...

  3. lux.org.uk › work › logical-revoltsLogical Revolts - LUX

    Louis Henderson. France, United Kingdom, 2014 15 minutes. Lettres du Voyant Louis Henderson. France, France, 2013 40 minutes. A Walk With Nigel Louis Henderson. France, France, 2011 21 minutes. We’d love to hear from you. If you would like to speak to a member of our team, please get in touch. Contact Us.

  4. BERLINALE 2020: British filmmaker Louis Henderson, member of The Living and the Dead Ensemble, talks about their Forum-screened documentary Ouvertures, which plunges into the Haitian revolution

  5. Louis Henderson. “All that is solid melts into air, all that is holy is profaned, and man is at last compelled to face with sober senses his real conditions of life, and his relations with his kind.”A technographic study of e-recycling and neo-colonial mining filmed in the Agbogbloshie electronic waste ground in Accra and illegal gold mines ...

  6. Louis Henderson. IFFR 2017. Bright Future Short. 28 ' United Kingdom. 2016. A materialist and animist critique of European colonial history, reading the past as something entangled within the present, made up of living and dead elements. The Sea is History, made in the Dominican Republic and Haiti, is a free adaptation of the poem by Derek Walcott.

  7. HOME presents a major new co-commission and solo exhibition from award-winning artist Louis Henderson, who has produced a series of works based around a collaboration in the Haitian city of Port-au-Prince. The narration takes place between two locations; France and Haiti – where a ghost story unfolds about the history of the Haitian revolution.