Shot in a military-backed institution in Pakistan, Unfeeling is a portrait of male vulnerability, told through arcs of desire, heartbreak, and defence. The film explores the interplay and shifting states of being between subject and object.
Babar Suleman is an artist and writer, reading for a practice-led Doctor of Philosophy in Fine Art at the University of Oxford, and a Senior Lecturer in Filmmaking at the Manchester School of Art. Suleman was an Inclusive Histories Research Fellow at Compton Verney Art Gallery in 2021. Recent commissions and grants include b-side, Platform Art Projects, and Arts Council England.
The film is on display daily in the Marble Hall.