We are excited to share that the video documentation of the In Visible Colours: Remediated 2022 symposium, held last year between September 23-24, is now available to watch online at http://archive.vivomediaarts.com/ivc. This website also contains a wealth of other interesting resources, such as PDF publication scans and audio recordings from the original 1989 iteration of the event.
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In Visible Colours Remediated 2022
Thirty-three years after the ground-breaking event, In Visible Colours: An International Women of Colour and Third World Women Film/Video Festival and Symposium, some of the original participants, including co-founder Zainub Verjee, along with students, researchers, curators and contemporary producers, were brought together to reflect on the impact of the original event. The symposium was held at VIVO Media Arts Centre, operating on the stolen and Unceded Territories of the xʷməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish) and səlilwətaɬ (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations.
Participants included Amber Berson, Jade Courchesne, Ann Marie Fleming, Yasmin Jiwani, Karen Knights, Karin Lee, Midi Onodera, Gabriela Aceves Sepúlveda, Viola Thomas, Loretta Todd, Ana Valine. Keynote by Zainub Verjee.
In Visible Colours Remediated 2022 was organized in collaboration with VIVO Media Arts Centre, the national partnership of the Archive/Counter-Archive project, the Vulnerable Media Lab and SCCS graduate program at Queen’s University. It was a part of the VIVO case study Gendered Violence: Responses & Remediations.