A woman wakes up covered in toys. Is she hungover? Depressed? Can she get up?
Live action and stop-motion animation fuse together in this mad ride exploring self-doubt, delusion, misplaced inner voices and embroidery floss.
Running time – 4 minutes, 55 seconds
Artist and Filmmaker, Kirsten Johnson explores our fascination with girl-on-girl violence. Funny, provocative and thoughtful, this surprising film explores why Johnson is obsessed enough to make large scale oil paintings on the theme even though she finds the concept a dated, cheap and easy device aimed at the lowest common denominator.
A visually energetic exploration of a guilty brand of feminism and the act of creation.
Running time – 8 minutes, 1 second
Running time – 22 minutes, 45 seconds
A couple of years back my artist studio of 13 years in Toronto’s Liberty Village was sold to developers. I made this film counting down the last 25 days – exploring what it’s like to be an artist in a city obsessed with money and change.
Running time – 18 minutes, 33 seconds