HD video, colour, sound, 13'47"
A woman tries to understand who she is and what her life was like. A group of scientists found her back standing on an icefloat in arctic waters. She used to be one of them. They found her back, but her memory is gone. Her state of mind and the state of the melting glacial ice surrounding her run parallel in the film.
Somewhere in the glacial ice the breath of a mammut lays frozen in time.
It is captured in there, together with vulcanic ashes and other data of the earth its past.
When the arctic ice melts, the earth will suffer a kind of memory loss.
I found this recent arcticle in The Guardian that said it so clear:
22,000 years of history evaporates after freezer failure melts Arctic ice cores*
*click to read link
The film was shot during the Arctic Circle program on board of sail boat de Noorderlicht.