Following its premiere at the White Water Gallery in North Bay, Vincent Chevalier will be screening his new video BREEDEN, followed by a brief Q&A session. The screening will take place at The Theatre on King (159 King St, Suite 120, in the parking lot behind CRUZ/Wolf) on Thursday, August 28th, 2014. Doors open at 8:30PM following the opening for Trent Film Society presents: Stags, Sexploitation, and Hard Core at Artspace (378 Aylmer St. N).
Oh, look at my face
My name is might have been
My name is never was
My name’s forgotten.
— Courtney Love
The hotel room is the spatial analogue of a cheap whore.
— Paul Morris, Treasure Island Media
This experimental documentary video follows the work of Breeden, a young American videographer working in independent film and hardcore gay pornography. The video is an anti-portrait: while Breeden remains at the centre of the document, he is never revealed to the viewer. He is a figure and a presence, working from behind the camera or being represented in proxy by amateur actors. Made up of a mixture of appropriated material and scripted reenactments, Breeden examines questions around queer representation, anonymity, biography, and authorship.