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SPACES Marisa Williamson Artist Video

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SPACES Marisa Williamson Artist Video

We absolutely love this video and Marisa’s installation at SPACES. The escape room installation makes us take a hard look at how to escape ourselves and the “truths” that our society gives us. We were honored to be apart of this deeply impactful artist expression.


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Bridget Moser - SPACES

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Bridget Moser - SPACES

We had an amazing time working with SPACES and Bridget Moser to create this video! Bridget was so creative with the video that she created for the installation. We have so much respect and admiration for her! Working with SPACES has been such a great experience so far! We hope you enjoy this video.


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Johnny Coleman SPACES Interview

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Johnny Coleman SPACES Interview

Check out the latest video we created for SPACES! It features Johnny Coleman an amazing artist and currently a professor at Oberlin College. He was great to interview and understanding the time, thought and effort put into his piece took it to another emotion level for us. We highly recommend you check out this installation!

Crossing the Water: Requiem for Lee Howard Dobbins
Johnny Coleman
January 25 - March 22, 2019

This project, creating during Johnny Coleman’s winter residency with SPACES, imagines the passing of the spirit of a formerly enslaved child. It has developed through deep research of the underground railroad, with particular attention to historic sites in Kentucky, Ohio, and along the Canadian border. The installation is a meditation on life, community, and mourning.
— SPACES GALLERY

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 James Webb, Artist in Residence Video for SPACES

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James Webb, Artist in Residence Video for SPACES

Last week, Cleveland’s contemporary art venue, SPACES released a video we made for them! Back in November we got a chance to film this video interview with James Webb who is completing a residency at SPACES and his project that he worked on, It’s Not What It Looks Like: An audio guide to getting lost.

“The voice and language-with their powers to beguile, persuade and disorientate, as well as their use in reframing objects and situations-are key to the artist's current investigations. Towards these themes, Webb will conduct interviews with Clevelanders and undergo what French philosopher Guy Debord might call dérive-like walking tours. His focused wandering, amusement, and disorientation in Cleveland will progress towards various artworks that could act as associative audio guides to his experience and findings.”

Be sure to watch the full video before!


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