The One Minutes Series: Public Justice
Two of my films have been selected for The One Minutes Series of February, ‘Public Justice’ curated by Quinsy Gario: ‘Mobylettes’ (Marrakech, 2012) and ‘Liberty’ (New York City 2013). For ‘Public Justice’, Quinsy Gario invited artists and filmmakers to propose works of one shot in public space commenting on justice. Gario also selected films from the vast The One Minutes Collection. Quinsy Gario is a performance poet and came to the Netherlands from the Caribbean fifteen years ago. In his work he deals with postcolonial issues. He just finished a Master Artistic Research at the Royal Academy of Art and is currently a fellow of BAK in Utrecht.
Mobylettes (Marrakech, 2012)
Liberty (New York City, 2013)
In February, the series will tour museums and cultural organizations with a subscription to The One Minutes Series. So far these are:
Dortmunder U (DE)
East China Normal University, Shanghai (CN)
Mu, Eindhoven (NL)
Museum de Fundatie, Zwolle (NL)
Museum Hilversum (NL)
Sandberg Instituut, Amsterdam (NL)
De School, Amsterdam (NL)
The preview of ‘Public Justice’ will take place at Lost & Found, Friday February 2nd, 9pm, at Theatrum Anatomicum in Amsterdam (NL).