Cold Cuts Video Festival 2018: There’s something in the way
Cold Cuts Video Festival is the sixth annual curated exhibition of video works by contemporary Canadian artists, run in conjunction with the Dawson City International Short Film Festival.
Curated by Christina Battle, There’s something in the way looks at the ways in which artists use the tools of video to stage and frame complex subjects. Moving beyond solely framing the camera lens, works in the exhibition also play with time, space and montage as they frame (and reframe) bodies, histories and memories.
Exhibition Essay: Theres something in the way_Essay_Christina Battle
Association for Decentering Landscapes, Land Also Moves, 2016
Tanya Lukin Linklater, The Treaty is in the Body, 2017
Amanda Boulos, Round the Rouche We Go, 2015
Liz Knox, Something in the way, 2015
Please join us for the Opening Reception of Cold Cuts Video Festival VI: There’s something in the way on Friday, March 30th from 4-6pm in the SOVA Gallery (3rd & Queen).
The program curator, Christina Battle, will be in attendance to give a short talk on the exhibition during the reception. This event is followed by the Dawson City International Short Film Festival screenings @ KIAC from 7pm onwards. Please join us!
Gallery Exhibition Hours: March 31th 11am-5pm & April 1st 11am-5pm
This event made possible with the generous support of Canada Council for the Arts, Dawson City International Short Film Festival, Klondike Institute of Art & Culture, & Yukon School of Visual Arts.
Festival Producer: Nicole Rayburn
Assistant Producers: Dan Sokolowski & Veronica Verkley
For more Film Festival info, please visit: https://www.dawsonfilmfest.com/
Cold Cuts Video Festival 2018