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Benjamin de Boer and Sophia Oppel

Image and text work presented in the context of MOVEMENTS, an online and site-specific program that reflects on both the intimate scale of the body as it shifts through time and space, within transient gestures and encounters, and organized actions that provoke vital, unsettling change.

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Patrick Cruz

Mga balakid sa bukang liwayway (obstacles at dawn) is a collection of three video works that attempts to unpack the contradictions and nuances of being a settler-immigrant, a participant and observer of our late capitalist system and as an artist living and working in a climate of drastic change.

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Shannon Garden-Smith

Text and web-based image project presented in the context of MOVEMENTS, an online and site-specific program that reflects on both the intimate scale of the body as it shifts through time and space, within transient gestures and encounters, and organized actions that provoke vital, unsettling change.

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Zinnia Naqvi

Billboard project presented in the context of MOVEMENTS, an online and site-specific program that reflects on both the intimate scale of the body as it shifts through time and space, within transient gestures and encounters, and organized actions that provoke vital, unsettling change.

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Camille Rojas and Sofia Mesa

Video work presented in the context of MOVEMENTS, an online and site-specific program that reflects on both the intimate scale of the body as it shifts through time and space, within transient gestures and encounters, and organized actions that provoke vital, unsettling change.

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Zinnia Naqvi

Text work presented in the context of MOVEMENTS, an online and site-specific program that reflects on both the intimate scale of the body as it shifts through time and space, within transient gestures and encounters, and organized actions that provoke vital, unsettling change.

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