Scuffers captures London (Ontario) girls interpreting military fashion through the filters of suburbia; subconsciously undermining the “advances” of feminist art. Militarism exists in uniformity and Scuffers presents these girls and environments according to their own internalized aesthetic systems. Standing outside the territory of stylists, paparazzi, and professional art crews, Scuffers illustrates the trickle-down effect, and the failed critique of military imagery.

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Screening Formats

  • DVD,
  • H.264


Provided By

  • Video Pool Media Arts Centre

Also provided by:

  • Video Out Distribution