William Kentridge: Journey to the Moon
The short film Journey to the Moon (2003) offers an intimate look into Kentridge’s production process. It explores the studio space as a site of performance. In the role of the protagonist, Kentridge himself appears, probing questions of vision and creativity. Familiar objects such as espresso cups, saucers and a percolator appear in this quest, as Kentridge aims to escape the confines of his studio and find windows into another world—one that is both absurd and profound.