Ng'endo Mukii is an award-winning film director, most well known for ‘Yellow Fever,' her documentary-animation exploring Western influences on African women's ideals of beauty. Her work focuses on relationships, the separation between perception and reality, and the use of moving image to represent unspoken truths.
In ‘Nairobi Berries’ two women and a man wrangle. Each must hollow out the other’s core for fruits promised but only ever borne in dreams. The film is a poetic symphony on Nairobi. The film will be showcased at re:publica’s labore:tory for the duration of the conference.