Taavi Novek - a meditation on being human, metahuman and animal. nechers is a bold look at the main subjects of our time, over-fishing, pollution, fast food, digital communication, and the increasing power of the sociopath. semiotics, environmentalism and psychology are the main topics, in a playful, yet chilling, narrative


Taavi Novek, Nechers, Paranoia, 2016.


a meditation on being human, metahuman and animal. nechers is a bold look at the main subjects of our time, over-fishing, pollution, fast food, digital communication, and the increasing power of the sociopath. semiotics, environmentalism and psychology are the main topics, in a playful, yet chilling, narrative


Nechers” 2016 Kokkuvõte/Summary by Paul Emmet: Tem is a Netjer, a godlike being who together with his colleagues decides to visit the earth, his creation. Baffled by mankind’s treatment of animals, the environmental crisis, human relations, this supra-natural A-team travel the world. They experience mass culture, assess mankind’s development against development of life in the sea, entreating the god’s to question their own motivations and intentions after observing the creatures made in their image.  A meditation on being human, metahuman and animal. Are human’s doomed, are we a mistake, something that the earth will shrug off like a mild infection? Will conscious life emerge again from the sea? Nechers is a bold look at the main subjects of our time, over-fishing, pollution, fast food, digital communication, and the increasing power of the sociopath. Semiotics, environmentalism and psychology are the main topics, in a playful, yet chilling, narrative forcing one to ask, are we consumers, or are we citizens, of earth?


“572 sketši neljas võte” 2017 Esitlus/Presentation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NznG7YdjHqM 


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