7min / 1920×1080 / 2017

The ancient legend of Sirens contrasts two oppositional worlds – the old archaic world of Sirens and the modern rational world of culture deparment at amusement boat. Sirena moves the narrative still further, to meditate upon the possible emancipatory potentials of renegotiated gender formations and posthuman ontology. The film pivots around this collapse of binaries and the resulting threshold-inhabiting figure, where ambiguous bodies become the nexus of myth and gender.