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media art


Girls With Opinions

  • Directed, Shot and Edited by Gisèle Gordon
  • 2001, 3:30, colour, Digital Beta
  • Distributed by Vtape


A subtle critique of media influence on public opinion, this interview with four thirteen year old girls is intercut with expressionistic glimpses of the protests at the Summit of the Americas in Québec City, 2001. Made as part of the Blah Blah Blah: (re)Viewing Quèbec video artists’ collective.

  • Screened at festivals internationally including the 2002 Images Festival, Toronto
  • Curated into Fugitive Images: Global Visions at the Edmonton Art Gallery and the Better Worlds: Activist and Utopian Projects by Artists group show at the Agnes Etherington Centre 2002, Kingston, Ontario
  • Published in the Better Worlds: Activist and Utopian Projects by Artists, edited by Jan Allen and Laura U. Marks, 2002
  • Collective was voted #6 on Now Magazine’s Local Top Ten for 2001