Photojournalist and artist Richard Mosse spent some time in the Eastern Congo where he created The Enclave (2009), a film about the landscape and the people affected by the ongoing conflict in the region. Mosse uses vintage military infrared film known as Kodak Aerochrome to turn landscapes into psychedelic, pink visions, creating enchanting moving images unlike any you've seen before.

The 39-minute film was shown at the 55th Venice Biennale and is now on show at The Vinyl Factory in Soho through April 26, but Dazed Digital has been given a special cut of the project that features the Rubaya Internally Displaced Persons Camp where most of the population belong to the Hutu ethnic group and have been forced to leave their homes to stay alive.

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