A Strong Crop of Images: The 21st Images Festival expands its reach with a stellar slate of films, video and performance
NOW, Apr. 3, 2008, v. 27, no. 31, p. 75
Norman Wilner provides a brief summation to the captivating and successful 21st Images Festival in Toronto, ON. Wilner gives mention to many of the interesting works, including: G. B. Jones' Lollipop Generation, Nelson Henricks and the Valerie Project. Wilner also includes highlights from the International Shorts Programs as well.
Wilner states that despite difficulty of stating the vast array of programing choices and options at the festival some work should be highlighted. These include; the opening night work of G.B. Jones' The Lollipop Generation, Ben Russell's Black and White Trypps Number Four, Karl Lemieux's Western Sunburn, Rosa Barba's Outwardly From Earth's Center, Penny Lane's She used to see him most weekends, Kim Sheppard's Here we Are, B.H Yael's Trading the Future as well as the Nelson Henricks retrospective.
ITEM 2008.034 – available for viewing in the Research Centre
Videos, Artworks and Artists Cited
Lollipop Generation – G. B. Jones
Black and White Trypps Number Four – Ben Russel
Western Sunburn – Karl Lemiuex
Outwardly From Earth's Center – Rosa Barba
Alison – Nina Yuen
She Used To See Him Most Weekends – Penny Lane
Here We Are – Kim Shepard
Verses – James Sansing
Trading The Future – b. h. Yael