These images were taken at the Austin Carey Forest in fall 2017. The area was purchased by the University of Florida and is part of the Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (IFAS). While in this space I kept thinking of the financialization of nature, particularly the histories and politics that lay hidden in the landscape, in the language used by IFAS staff, and the educational materials provided by the University. In ya no hay tiempo, a short experimental video, I aim to parallel/meld/re-mix the historical capitalist patriarchal systems of modern photography//production while looking to people like Berta Caceres. I use the darkroom to highlight the urgency and timeliness of this self-destructive character.
¡Ya no hay tiempo!//There is no time!