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Expanded Documentary
2018 / 5 Min / 16:9 / 4K / English

The Palace of Fine Arts, the only surviving building from the 1915 Panama-Pacific Exposition, has been monumental constructed for the exhibition of artworks as a fictional ruin from another, non-existent, time.
This historical Exposition celebrated the completion of the Panama Canal, and by that, the establishment of the US economic and cultural hegemony in the western hemisphere.

When the United Nations was created in San Francisco, at the end of World War II, the palace used as a motor pool for the limousines used by the world's statesmen. In time, many forms of wildlife have made their home here.

Post Vertigo explores this real and imaginative space.