Multimedia artist David Cash will be in Kingston for three days next month for the international debut of his brand new video art installation, Animals Are People Too.
Presented by the Juvenis Festival, the installation features 7 surreal art directed films by CASH that will be displayed in Theological Hall at Queen’s University on May 2-4 from 6pm to 10pm.
The piece is described as a criticism of modern society’s relationship with animal products through unique short films shown on a projection and on a number of old televisions alongside some never-before-seen anthropomorphic prosthetics from the films.
Juvenis Festival is the second largest youth arts festival in Canada and this project engaged thousands of creative youth between the ages of 14 and 28 in the Kingston Area.
According to his website, David Cash worked as a child actor for over a decade, where he developed a love for the creative process and working on set at a young age. After working in a number of high profile media jobs, he now works internationally as an artist, photographer, director, filmmaker, designer and creative through his production company, David Cash Studios.
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