The Short Trilogy of Peace includes three short films, Moved Twice, Up Further, and Until Then, that were produced between 2012 and 2016.
Filmed through a silk filter, a static camera observes the activity of a factory, a home, landscapes, and the care and rest of an elderly person. Textures and small details are highlighted—sunlight on a flower, flecks on a window, water lapping against a rock—but the camera also pulls back to show a stilled work place and the wide horizon over the ocean.
Filmed between Ōtautahi and Sagadin's hometown of Kranj in Slovenia, the mood of the films is patient and observational; at time, the silk filter gives the scenes a painterly effect, as if they have been diffused by brushstrokes.
Sagadin has commented that the technical limitations they had at the time contributed to the production process.