Free To Grow by Jennifer Koester (2016)
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Free To Grow
Artist: Jennifer Koester
Free To Grow is a short documentary about the dedicated practices within British Columbia’s reforestation and silviculture industries. An homage to Canadian filmmaker Philip Borsos, the visuals and musical score follow the life of a tree, from being sown in the nursery to reaching free-to-grow status, a designation set by the Forest Practices Code of British Columbia.
Excerpt of Free To Grow by Jennifer Koester:
Jennifer Koester Biography:
Charlotte Clermont live and works in Montreal. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Studio Arts with distinction from Concordia University (2016). She will participate to Studio Kura’s residency in Fukuoka, Japan, and has participated in In Vivo’s residencies at Videographe (Montreal, QC). She took part in the collective exhibition Under New Management at the Union Gallery (Kingston, ON) and the New Gallery (Calgary, AB). Her work has been presented at Festival Chromatic in Montreal and Toronto and has been screened at Artist Television Access (San Francisco, CA).