Chase Joynt Compilation - for educational purposes.
2015, 22:11 minutes, Colour, English
This compilation contains three works by Chase Joynt. The three works are detailed below, in order of appearance.
Resisterectomy is a 4-part multi-media moving image, picture and text installation that challenges the boundaries of a gendered body through the examination and infiltration of, in and on various medical procedures and spaces.
I'm Yours is inspired by the work of canonical Canadian video-maker Colin Campbell, it provides answers to most of your burning questions. Starring Toronto-based image artists Chase Joynt and Nina Arsenault, this is what happens when Colin Campbell and Jerry Springer meet Judith Butler.
Akin marks the first creative collaboration between Toronto-based artist Chase Joynt (Everyday to Stay) and NYC-based filmmaker Brooke Sebold (Red Without Blue). With haunting suburban visuals backed by the rich sounds of Toronto based-band Ohbijou, Akin powerfully engages in a relationship between an Orthodox Jewish mother and her transgender son as they navigate silent secrets of a shared past.
Chase Joynt is a Toronto-based moving-image artist and writer whose work utilizes strategies of first person engagement to interrogate representations of gender and violence.
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