Freedom Sparks International Video Art Festival: Eventually

Gareth Hudson (Producer)

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The Visual Voice Art Gallery has teamed up with the New York start-up LightCube Video to present a festival of art videos from around the world. Ranging from animation to cinematic live-action, all videos are following the theme of “freedom”. For example, Jessica MacCormack‘s animation “Joan” deals with the challenges faced by the trans-gender community, in Genevieve White‘s performance piece “November 9th” she bursts red balloons with her bare body, the bursting balloon representing a release from pressure, and the film “When the Sun Crosses the Line That Wind Will Rule the Weather” by Elise Rasmussen explores the history of the fishing industry in Newfoundland.
An engaging collection of contributions from Canada, the USA, Britain, Germany, Denmark, Sweden, Italy, Poland, China, and Japan.

Gareth Hudson exhibited his film 'Eventually'
Original languageEnglish
Media of outputFilm
Publication statusPublished - 2 Jul 2010
EventFreedom Sparks International Video Art Festival - Truro, Canada
Duration: 2 Jul 201017 Jul 2010


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    Hudson, G., 6 Jun 2009

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