Wrik Mead, Canada’s prolific poet-priest of pervert pixilation, has accumulated an impressive body of animated shorts in his twenty-year career. Known for his play with texture, light and colour, Mead’s films weave queer fantasies, parables, and even documentary, while exploring the relationship between stigma, shame, and sexuality.
Study guide includes an essay by Tom Waugh, Concordia University.
1) What Isabelle Wants
5) Closet Case
8) stage fright
10) Hand Job
Wrik Mead (Artist Spotlight Series)
Canadian Filmmakers Distribution Centre