Marlies Pöschl understands filmmaking as social practice and often collaborates with actors from outside the art world in search for polyphonic narrations and open-ended dramaturgies.
Shadow Library addresses how the effects of globally unequal production relations are inscribed in plants, migrate with them and become anchored in collective memory. (...)
360 degree video
This enigmatic ‘VR regional novel’ intertwines everyday life in a long-term resort for European seniors in Southeast Asia with fictionalized anecdotes based on memories of home that the ‘guests’ project onto this place.
In a near future, data is no longer stored in data centres but in the DNA of plants. (...)
Based on a collaborative project, in which senior citizens imagined a future vision of their assisted living project, a choral performance was created. Marlies Pöschl condenses this ritual into a film where the supposed transparency of 'smart homes' dissolves.
Aurore is a voice without a body, she lives in a crevice, she resides on the interface. At a retirement home in the south of Paris, she provides company for the residents.