Eeva Siivonen’s moving image practice engages with strategies of documentary, essay, and found footage film practices. She employs these strategies to construct immersive installations and single-channel works that speak to the experience of dislocation and fractured relationship to body, language, and place. Haunted by personal and ecological loss, her practice traces the deep yet precarious connections between human and nonhuman bodies and ecosystems; connections that are constantly both found and severed. Her work resists separation between self and other, interior and exterior, human and nonhuman, and living and nonliving. The ethos of her practice is to create space for empathy by embracing the impossibility of gaining knowledge of ourselves and others, and our place in the world.