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End of the World

  • Directed by Various
  • Canada, 2015, 70 mins.

The artists in the Vancouver-based Iris Film Collective create, exhibit, and tour film-based works—single channel, sculptural, installation—with the goal of increasing the visibility and accessibility of experimental media art. We present nine newly commissioned works from Iris members created entirely on hand-processed, black & white, 16mm film, including works by: Ariel Kirk-Gushowaty, Zoe Kirk-Gushowaty, Alex MacKenzie, Lisa G Nielsen, Sydney Southam, Simone Smith, Amanda Thomson, Ryder White, and John Woods.

Appears in: Northwest Tracking

Genres: Experimental

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