Digital Imaging Partner
COVID-19 reached the southern end of the planet generating impact even in the most pristine lands. The exact cause of the disease is still unclear, but there is no doubt that it is related to the bad practices that humans exercise over nature. Everything is connected, and straining that balance is dangerous. Nature is our shelter, and our most precious resource.
“The New End of the World” is a hybrid documentary that explores, through photography and video, the traces formed by the pandemic in the southernmost city of the world.
Luján Agusti (1986, Puerto Madryn, Argentina) is a National Geographic Explorer. She is a documentary photographer and visual storyteller currently based in Tierra del Fuego, Argentina. She explores the Latin American culture and identity with a gender perspective.
Nicolás Deluca (1985, Ushuaia, Tierra del Fuego, Argentina) is a filmmaker and research professor specialized in audiovisual media at the National University of Tierra del Fuego. His current work investigates, from praxis and analysis, the Fuegian culture and identity through new formats of cultural consumption.