Tribunal for Lake Vättern, part 1, (staging and recording).mp4

A staging and a document of a tribunal to hear the case of Lake Vättern. Involving allegations of i violations of Article 2 in the 2010 Earth Rights Declaration. As part of the project Climate-Just Worldings Lina Persson builds a storyworld, a vision of a different world. The document Tribunal for lake Vättern is a step in developing the jurisprudence for this storyworld. Searching for expressions of non-human perspectives in film, she brought the water from Lake Vättern into the tribunal setting and centered the room and the documentation from the water’s position. With a 360 camera she capturing a sphere with the circle of water at its center, focusing the documentation on the water surface’s reactions to what happens in the room.

The tribunal took place in Sigtuna May 2019. It is realised by the broad movement fighting for this new kind of law that includes nature’s rights. The tribunal was performed with the Global Alliance for Nature’s rights (GAN).

https://www.researchcatalogue.net/view/266314/266315

Lina Persson is a researcher at the Film and Media department, Uniarts. She is currently working with her research project Climate-Just Worldings financed by Vetenskapsrådet.

https://www.uniarts.se/english/research-and-development-work/research-projects/climate-just-worldings

CONTRIBUTORS:
Global Alliance for the Rights of Nature
End Ecocide Sweden
Swedish Earth Right Lawyers
Färnebo Folkhögskola
Latinamerikagrupperna
Lodyn
Center for Earth Jurisprudence
Indigenous Environmental Network

DEFENDED
Lake Vättern

DEFENDANT
Swedish Armed Forces

SECRETERIAT
Hana Begovic, Global Alliance for the Rights of Nature

JUDGES
Stefan Mikaelsson, Sami Parliament
Tom BK Goldtooth, Director Indigenous Environmental Network
Margaret Stewart, Director Center for Earth Jurisprudence

PROCECUTOR
Gunilla Högberg Björck, Environmental Lawyer

WITNESS
Pia Björstrand, Swedish Earth Lawyers
GUITAR & SINGING
Nikolas Berg,

WATER CEREMONY
Erena Rangimarie Rere Omaki Rhöse, daughter of the Whanagnui River
Carmen Blanco Valer, indigenous activist & educator
Sara Ajnnak, Sami artist
Participants and audience at Earth Rights Conference Sigtuna 2019

TECHNICIAN
Tobias Snäll

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