Julia Barbosa Landois (MFA '07) in Group Exhibition at Vox Populi, Opening January 7th, 7pm

Julia Barbosa Landois (MFA '07) will be featured in a Group Exhibition titled "Voxelvision 1.0", at Vox Populi, Philadelphia. Landois' featured piece, Indelible, is inspired by a notorious sex show in Nuevo Laredo, Mexico. The video is part of a new body of work exploring the relationship between folklore and landscape, masculine rites of passage, and sexual politics on the Texas/Mexico border. "Voxelvision 1.0" along with the opening of Patricia Baga's "Rectangle with the Sound of Its Own Making" at Fourth Wall, and the continuation of "Quadruple-Consciousness" is curated by Malik Gaines. It was juried by Rachel Cook.

This Friday, January 7th, join Vox at 7pm for their first annual video festival, a screening juried by Rachel Cook. The videos will be looped through the month of January and will feature the following artists; Karen Ostrom's "The End", Julia Sherman's "The Audience Reacts", David Politzer's "A Rousing View of Nature's Magnificence", Kara Dunne's "Ag dul sios an Straighre", Katie Cercone's "Queen Candy Bile", Justin Lincoln's "09/22/2010 blogmix", Skote's "Dump", Justin Lincoln's "Color Grid I", Jillian Mayer's "How My Best Friend Died", Julia Landois' "Indelible", Esfandyar Poozesh's "...to Eden", Skote's "Treasure Island", Tara Kelton's "Time Travel", Jessica Mallios' "1:1", Skote's "Catalogue" and David Politzer's "You Are Listening to Metallica Because...".

Opening Reception & Video Screening: Friday, January 7th, 7:00pm
Exhibition Dates: Friday January 7th - Sunday, January 30th

Vox Populi
319 North 11th Street
Third Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19107

To see more work of Julia's, visit http://www.julialandois.com/

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