Video

How To Fix The World

Jacqueline Goss

2004, 28:30 minutes, Colour, English

TAPECODE 574.08

How To Fix The World is a digitally animated video adapted from Soviet psychologist AR Luria's research in Central Asia in the 1930's. At once humourous, conflicting, and revelatory, these conversations between Luria and his subjects illustrate a particular historical moment when one culture attenpted to transform another in the name of education and modernization. The subtleties of this transformation are found in the words exchanged and documented seventy years ago.

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