A video work about Italo cannibal films commissioned by UQ Art Museum.
“Somewhere between Sri Lanka and the island of New Guinea, in the upper reaches of the Amazonia jungle, there is rumoured to be a lost tribe of cannibals. Assembled out of Italo cannibal mondo movies, Hollow Jungle documents their rituals, sourcing their power in narrative repetitions and analogies, before structurally locating them in the prurient pathologies of certain pseudo-ethnographies.”
Supported by UQ Art Museum
29 June 2019 – UQ Art Museum, as part of their exhibition “Second Sight: Witchcraft, Ritual, Power”