2nd Annual Video! Video!
Video Festival Day 3
Saturday, September 23 at 7 PM, Free
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FREE FILM FESTIVAL!
☆Video! Video! Zine is devoted to obtaining visibility for moving image makers. Through monthly open calls, we motivate and encourage makers to participate, no matter what skill level or knowledge of moving image. We also hope to inspire through monthly guest curated “5 videos you must see” and interviews of moving image makers who need a spotlight. ☆By doing this Video! Video! Zine hopes to become an accessible submission-based Internet archive of amazing moving images from around the world.
This year we gave 3 grants to 3 artists who display work that we feel demands visibility! This night we would like to honor Xitlalli Sixta Tarin, Zhi Yuan Yang and Wayne P. Tate Jr. by looking at their work and having a discussion afterword.
MORE ABOUT THE GRANTEES~
Wayne P. Tate Jr. (they/he) is an interdisciplinary artist based in Chicago and a SAIC BFA Candidate. Their work travels within the mediums of comics, writing, video, and sometimes new media. Overall, they like to explore mental illness and its ties to their identity as a mixed queer/trans person of color.
@tatertotter on Instagram.
Xitlalli Sixta Tarin is an interdisciplinary queer mestiza artist working primarily with video, installation, performance, and new media. They were born in San Antonio, Texas and are a SAIC BFA candidate.
Zhiyuan Yang, born in Beijing, China. Yang is the recipient of James Weinstein Memorial Fellowship. Her works have been exhibited and screened extensively throughout Chicago including Filter Photo, Latitude, Hairpin art center, ARC Gallery, and Sullivan Galleries. Her photograph is part of a collective photographic portfolio at The Joan Flasch Artists’ Book Collection and The Art Institute of Chicago.Yang will participate the residency program by Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture (2017), and her work will be included in the biennial of South Bend Museum of Art.
Aproximate runtime is one hour.
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