Documentary (in post), 14min., HD
A unique artistic movement has established itself in the strangest place, a massive rubble pile leftover from the demolition of an old grain elevator located along the harbour front in Thunder Bay, Ontario. An artist calling himself SaVanT describes how his art is part of a greater need to reclaim public space from the forces of consumerism and control while at the same time it’s a way that a generation has embraced the impermanence of graffiti art as a means of expression.
This film will premiere at the 20th Annual North of Superior Film Association Film Festival in Thunder Bay, ON at 6: 30PM on April 4th, 2013.
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