Pavel Borecký is a social anthropologist and an audiovisual ethnographer. As a holder of MSc in Sustainable Development and MA in Social Anthropology, he completed various primary and applied research projects in Serbia, Peru, Estonia (Linnalabor) and Czech Republic (Anthropictures) in the field of visual ethnobotany, community building and urban development. In his community-oriented practice, he curates ethnographic film program “EthnoKino” and serves as a convenor of European Association of Social Anthropologists (EASA) Applied Anthropology Network. Receiving Swiss Government Scholarship for PhD studies at University of Bern, Pavel investigates water-related inequalities in Jordan and experiments with the creation of more-than-human filmmaking methodologies.
Selected Personal Projects
Collective Projects and Initiatives