After Inextinguishable Fire is a video installation that employs a fictional narrative which reveals the various positions around aerial fumigations throughout Latin America. Inspired by and connected to Harun Farocki’s Inextinguishable Fire (1969), different perspectives are explored through images and sound at the sites where the fumigations took place. The installation of this work includes the recreation of a mural depicting the landscape before and after the fumigations began, as well as an ongoing collection of photographs of anti-US graffiti from various cities in Latin America. 

Photographs at MAMA Annex by Joshua Mosley

Photographs at ACRE Projects by Kate Bowen