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Riding with Aunt D. Dot

A young artist takes a bus ride that makes her question reality as several eclectic characters take her to task on where she's going with her life. As a piece of a multimedia art film project, 'Riding with Aunt D. Dot' combines Director Bree Gant's radical imagination, real-life woes, and her own experience on riding the Detroit city bus to tell the story of a disillusioned Detroit artist struggling to ground herself mentally.


Directed by Bree Gant

Co-presenter: Caribbean Tales

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Bree Gant (she/they/slim) is a multidisciplinary artist, dancer, educator, and documentarian reimagining futurehistories. Bree’s practice emerges from self examination and social documenting, often in the form of speculative portraits, experimental video, and installations. When not creating, Bree spends time teaching, twerking, dreaming, and waiting for the bus

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