Artist Projects

Carry On

Edgar Endress , Lori Lee

Carry On is a short film about the search for an illegal Haitian immigrant, using an abandoned backpack as the primary clue. Based on the filmmakers’ research of a hidden aspect of illegal immigration, the film references the process in which individuals arrive on U.S. shores in wet clothes, with dry clothes protected in a plastic bag. After making landfall, they exchange their wet clothes for dry, their old identity for new. In lush and poetic visual language, Carry On chronicles the search for “Eulysses,” a pseudonym for the bag’s owner, whose identity is constructed through the contents of the bag.

  • Artists

    Edgar Endress

    Edgar Endress was born in Chile in 1970. He studied at ARCOS in Santiago, Chile, graduating with the B.F.A. equivalent. In 2001 he received his MFA f…


    Lori Lee

    Lori Lee was born in Texas in 1970. She has published several articles addressing slavery, archaeology, and space and place and has received a number…


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