- 동물과 함께 사는 세상
|Synopsis||Time Worm is a creative documentary, which combines documentary making with a collaborative performance with the children of Kulp, Diyarbakir in Eastern Turkey. It draws parallels between the life cycle of the silkworm Bombyx Mori and the life cycle of a silk maker family. The silkworm’s fragile life starts and ends in the hands of humans just before it turns into the silk moth in order to produce a continuous thread of silk from its cocoon. The film captures silk farming; an ancient practice that brings together beauty and destruction.|
Sena BAŞÖZ 세나 바소즈Sena received her MFA at Bard College, NY in film/video in 2010 and her BA in Economics from Boğaziçi University in 2002. Her work was shown in various places locally and abroad. Her short films were screened at Crossing Europe, Which Human Rights?, Cannes (Short Film Corner and BFI Screening), Gran Paradiso and Documentarist film festivals. She is a PHD candidate at Istanbul Technical University and is a lecturer of contemporary art at Bogazici University, Istanbul.