The film project On Recreation (working title) by The Post Film Collective is based upon an exploration of polyphonic authorship. The project takes its cue from the poem ‘Recreation’ (1973) by Audre Lorde. In her poem, Lorde explores a double binding of interrelating activities - ‘it is easier to work / after our bodies / meet’ - that led to what she claimed was ‘recreation’, with its connotations of play, reciprocity, care, repetition, and regeneration. The film process is available for the continuous re-composition of both conditions and artistic forms. The gathering of various languages, expressions, and rhythms prevents the film production from nesting neatly.
The film is currently in its development phase (fall 2020, spring 2021).
With and by Mahammed Alimu, Marcus Bergner, Hooman Jalidi, Sawsan Maher, Mirra Markhaëva, Robin Vanbesien, and Elli Vassalou;
produced by timely, Brussels;
co-produced by Kunstencentrum Vooruit, Ghent;
supported by Flemish Audiovisual Fund (VAF), Kunsthal Ghent, Netwerk Aalst, Antwerp Research Institute for the Arts (ARIA), Sint Lucas School of Arts Antwerp.