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TEST PROGRAM / Christine Wu

Christine Wu

SHELTERED REALITIES is an attempt at articulating my relative privilege especially as COVID has exacerbated resources often inaccessible to homeless and displaced communities pre-pandemic: food, shelter, washrooms, showers, safe supply, healthcare… At the same time, it was an excuse to incorporate Sahn Saan, my dear family dog and anchor. This visual haiku was also one of the Alternative Project Workshop assignments during my final year at York University.


I am a Hong Kong-born filmmaker and cultural worker currently living on Williams Treaties territory, also known as Whitchurch-Stouffville in Ontario, Canada. I create from a place of self-compassion, reflecting my ongoing process of self-education about systemic injustice, healing and collective liberation. I recently completed my BFA in Film Production at York University.


IG: @seeduboyou

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