SUMO Project invited filmmakers, artists, designers, planners, writers, scientists, sociologists, historians, and intellectuals, interested in the urban condition to participate in Urban Factors (300 seconds) – 5 Short Films as part of the Toronto Design Offsite Festival (TO DO), January 20‐26, 2014.
Using Studio 223A as a venue for exploration and interpretation, we curated and screened 5 short films that explored the contemporary urban condition from a sociological, psychological, aesthetical, functional, and/or physical points of view.
The selected artists/films were:
Natasha Basacchi & Aliya Tejani – At Least ∞ Impressions
Nicholas Brotman – Da Minha Aldeia/From My Village
Raúl Hott – Songs for the Open Body
Ruth A. Mora I. – Shadow Variations
Tori Foster – Pulse Crowds: Downsview Station