The End of Eating Everything traces the journey of a flying, planetlike creature navigating a bleak skyscape. This sick soul is lost in a polluted atmosphere without grounding or roots, led by hunger toward its destruction.
About the Director
Wangechi Mutu is a Kenyan-born artist currently residing in Brooklyn. Her work is a visceral response to personal and social critiques of gender, culture, and mass-media imagery. Exploring the female body as a site of engagement and provocation, her figures are lurking hybrids that possess an abject, yet alluring, beauty. Mutu’s fleshy images occupy environments that are embedded with physical and conceptual depth, resulting in a distinct form of myth making.
THE SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL IS ONE PROGRAM OF SUNDANCE INSTITUTE, A NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION THAT
DISCOVERS AND SUPPORTS INDEPENDENT FILM AND THEATRE ARTISTS FROM THE U.S. AND AROUND THE WORLD
AND INTRODUCES AUDIENCES TO THEIR NEW WORK.