In relation to place, belief, culture, & identity
The tensions between religious and genealogical bonds are reconciled through filmmaker Jeremy Moss' experimental film.
Passive media consumption habits are directly challenged through the DIS Collective’s installation THUMBS THAT TYPE AND SWIPE.
An impassioned look at the mainstream media's appropriation of trans individuals in the installation A THOUSAND CUTS and it's censorship by Arts Commons.
The uncanny underpinnings of stop-motion animation serve as a catalyst for Jake Bews’ analysis of childhood fantasies in Jan Svankmajer’s 1988 film ALICE.
Water connects nostalgic memories between the Bow River and the Dead Sea in this poetic rumination on Polina Teif’s film EULOGY FOR THE DEAD SEA and her Wreck City documentary and residency.
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