Kendra McLaughlin works with moving images to explore memory, attachment to place, and ethics of representation and care. Her films frequently dialogue between fiction and non-fiction, between inquiry and emotion, and investigate where memory makes its home - be it in the mind, in the earth, or between words. She holds a degree in Visual and Environmental Studies from Harvard, masters degrees in political arts (SPEAP) and in human rights from Sciences Po, and is a graduate of Le Fresnoy, France’s national contemporary arts studio. Raised between Canada and Thailand, she is currently based in France.

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