Behind the Scenes of Mosse’s Multi-Channel Masterpiece: The Enclave

Irish Pavilion at the 55th Venice Biennale
May 20, 2013 6:04AM

1. Still from The Enclave, shot on 16mm color infrared film in Eastern Congo, by Richard Mosse, 2012

A rebel from the M23 movement stands watch in Virunga National Park, North Kivu, November 2012.

2. Still from The Enclave, shot on 16mm color infrared film in Eastern Congo, by Richard Mosse, 2012

Internally displaced people (IDPs) form a crowd at Rubaya, South Masisi, North Kivu. Most of these IDPs are Hutus fleeing ethnically targeted massacres carried out by the Raiya Mutomboki (meaning angry citizens), a loose inter-tribal anti-Hutu alliance.

3. Still from The Enclave, shot on 16mm color infrared film in Eastern Congo, by Richard Mosse, 2012

Internally displaced people (IDPs) form a crowd at Rubaya, South Masisi, North Kivu. Most of these IDPs are Hutus fleeing ethnically targeted massacres carried out by the Raiya Mutomboki (meaning angry citizens), a loose inter-tribal anti-Hutu alliance. Stray light flares the upper half of the frame.

Irish Pavilion at the 55th Venice Biennale
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