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2gather -A-part - co-vid19 #8 (kimura-lemoine)

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Theme : Weird time
full version : vimeo.com/435369201
The 8th in a series of collaborative videos, 27 artists contributed to this piece while practicing “social distancing.” Each participant contributed 19 seconds, and shared their last second as inspiration to someone else during the creation process as a means to connect and work together remotely. The suggested theme was: Weird Time(s). If the theme didn't resonate, artists were free to do whatever they wanted.

Our video features 27 artists (in order of assembly):
Angelica Rocca & Sonya Stefan, Karen Trask, KlepTom, Fernando Belote, Newton Moraes & Julie Hanson, Arnaud & Aline K/NELL, The Here & Now, Chantal Allard, lamathilde, emily gan, Dayna McLeod, Karin Hazé, Annabel Vaughan, Aaron Pollard, Annie Hunting, MI-RA, kimura byol-nathalie lemoine, Jackie Gallant (music: Weird Times by Home Alone), Alexis O'Hara, Stephen Lawson
Nik Forrest & Alanna Thain, Helena Martin Franco, Jason Karman, Paul Litherland, Kim Kielhofner
lisa g, Celine Pereira.
We've set up a fundraiser for local artists who are struggling through this hard time.

If you’re able, contribute to this fund: gofundme.com/f/2gatherapartists-fundraiser

All summer we are redirecting all funds raised through the 2GatherApart fundraiser to two Montreal-based artist-led efforts to resist anti-Black racism and to support Black lives: Taking What We Need and the direct community fundraising efforts of Shanice Nicole.

Taking What We Need is “an informal community group dedicated to helping low income transwomen get what they need through discretionary funding” and they are currently “prioritizing Black and Indigenous trans-feminine ppl and transwomen in Montreal” (facebook.com/takingwhatweneed/).

Shanice Nicole is a community organizer, equity advisor, writer and spoken word artist who solicits and redistributes funds through direct community fundraising efforts for Black and Indigenous folks in need, because “cash in a person's bank account offers some breath.”

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