Rob Ulitski - 20th Jan 2020

Director James Arden captures the electrifying July Jones in a performance-based visual exploration of autosexuality, desire and voyeurism.

Shot on a mix of digital formats and a hunting camera, the artist is seen in a white space, watching her own sexual experiences on television screens while black wires, twisting around her body, try to restrict her and her animalistic impulses.

PRO Credits


DirectorJames Arden
ProducerJames Arden
Production CompanyThe Trash Factory
Director of PhotographyMichael Hobdell
Focus PullerNicolee Stin
Art DirectorJoshanne Dar
WardrobeBritish Mustard
Make-upKat Krupa Ringuet
EditorBeth Roberts
ColouristAlex O'Brien
Grading companyBubble TV

Rob Ulitski - 20th Jan 2020

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