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Halifax ¤ Nova Scotia
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Voices in Longitude and Latitude a video installation by Marnina & Noam Gonick
by Marnina Gonick
Producer: MSVU Art Gallery
Production/Release Date: September 2014
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Voices in Longitude and Latitude web page
Publication accompanying a video installation about what it means to be a girl in the 21st century. The aspirations of teen-aged girls were recorded with individuals from communities across Canada: Inuit in Kugluktuk, Nunavut; trans-gender in Halifax, Nova Scotia; Jewish in Toronto, Ontario; and Congolese, Rwandan, Ethiopian and Sudanese immigrants in Winnipeg, Manitoba. The girls aged 13 to 23 appear in a 17-minute, four-screen projection. This project represents the first collaboration between siblings Noam Gonick, the renowned Winnipeg filmmaker, and Dr. Marnina Gonick, Canada Research Chair in Gender at Mount Saint Vincent University, Halifax. Sitting at the intersection of ethnography and art, their joint work provides insight into the question of how audio-visual media can open new possibilities and ways of knowing in social research.
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