Post Global Warming Survival Kit

Director: Petko Dourmana

Institute History

  • 2010 Sundance Film Festival


Petko Dourmana’s fascinating interactive multimedia installation invites audiences to explore a postapocalyptic landscape and visit the workplace of a person whose job is to observe the border between land and the rising sea. Upon entering the room, viewers at first think there is nothing but an old caravan there. However, once they alter their ability to see through the darkness with night-vision devices, viewers can experience and explore the hauntingly futuristic landscape surrounding them.

Commissioned by Bulgaria, Germany, Edith Russ site for Media Art, Oldenburg & Interspace

Screening Details


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