About Swoon: fearless

Using footage shot over a 20-year period in locations around the world, this documentary follows the extraordinary career of Caledonia Curry (aka Swoon), including her difficult childhood; large, paper “graffiti” portraits; gallery and museum shows; and parade of sculptural junk rafts down Venice’s Grand Canal. One of the first women street artists to gain international recognition, Swoon was also able to use her notoriety to further her social activism. Focused on communities in crisis as the result of natural disasters, poverty, addiction, and/or structural violence—from Louisiana and Pennsylvania to Haiti and Mexico—Swoon and a committed team of collaborators create community-based, immersive installations that combine art, performance, and a positive social message. [57 mins; documentary; English] Filmmaker Fredric King is scheduled to be present.

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