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Entrails, a flock of sheep, a spring. Pigeons cooing and songs with their mouths closed. Some vultures, bones, flowers and many hands. Hands that feed, milk, caress, shear, film, hands that kill. Hands that inhabit the doubts and contradictions of handling other species.
In GORRIA, Maddi Barber approaches the Pyrenean territory and its inhabitants, human and non-human, where she portrays the frictions and challenges generated by the contemporary rural landscape.