Imaginary Homelands Video Project: Open Call


Imaginary Homelands, video still 2018


Imaginary Homelands with Kirsten Leenaars

This new documentary project by artist Kirsten Leenaars, structured as a series of video portraits across the US, traces stories of belonging and loneliness. Sign up to participate here.


6018North seeks participants for an interactive documentary project with artist Kirsten Leenaars. Please sign up below and the artist will contact you to set up a time for an interview!


Participants will be part of a recorded Zoom.us event wherein Leenaars asks individuals:

“Can you describe your own face from memory?” This will be the first question in a longer shared conversation about community, belonging and family histories.


Imaginary Homelands is a new documentary project by artist Kirsten Leenaars structured as a series of video portraits across the US and traces stories of belonging and loneliness. What does it mean to be a citizen? What does community mean to you? Notions of identity, belonging and familial histories are uncovered through this project. Each individual interview will start with the question: can you describe your face from memory?


These video portraits will be shared with each participant and posted online as part of the Imaginary Homelands project.


To participate fill out the form here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1YUwDSl33_Pq_Cv5m1162nkElAy4UeKAEJ7h0mC3j9mE/viewform?edit_requested=true