In Fernando's video work National Crisis, the viewer encounters a brutally straight, honest and beautiful imagery, where the voice is given from those who own their story and refuses to have their story shaped by the other. A work that questions today's Sweden and the exclusion created by racism and the lack of representation.
National Crisis is about the shootings that several young people in Sweden have fallen victim to in recent years. The film is a hybrid where elements of poetry, music video and video art interacts.
Exhibited in June this year at 3,5%, Our Voice Our Gaze, Sweden. Curated by Sarah Tawiah Svärd link