The following #GEOGRAPHIES2018 program "Her Spaces and Places: Reexamining the Man-Land Tradition with Canadian Film and Video" has been curated for VUCAVU by Holly Cunningham, a Media Arts Administrator and Executive Director of the Near North Mobile Media Lab in North Bay, Ontario. Cunningham's program, "Her Spaces and Places", includes five works that explore the relationship between gender, the body landscape and physical space.
Cunningham's selection is the second of four free curated programs that will be released from May until September 2018. VUCAVU's #GEOGRAPHIES2018 series broadly reflects on notions of memory and identity as being connected to the physical; whether that be physical spaces, built architectures, the body landscape and the written word. The curatorial focus of the #GEOGRAPHIES2018 series is to cast new perspectives on what has already been named and defined. Geographies are existing physical entities that are often named and re-named, through active reflection on them with different lenses that are created and transformed through the passage of time.
**PLEASE NOTE : This program is free for a private single-user use only. Groups and institutions wanting to screen this program to the public can inquire about group rental rates at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We would like to acknowledge funding support from the Ontario Arts Council, an agency of the Government of Ontario.
We also acknowledge the support of the Canada Council for the Arts, which last year invested $153 million to bring the arts to Canadians throughout the country.