Presenting session two of our Women/Embodiment, Environments, and the Arts series
A seminar series about creative physicality in reaction to, and construction of, blended social and designed environments.
Session Two: Screening of “Toxic Trespass”
In Toxic Trespass director Barri Cohen launches an investigation into the effects of the chemical soup around us, starting with her 10-year-old daughter, whose blood carries carcinogens like benzene and the long-banned DDT. Cohen then goes to Windsor and Sarnia, Canadian toxic hotspots, with startling clusters of deadly diseases.
January 24, 2013 12—1:30pm,
at the CWSE, room 2-227, 252 Bloor Street West, Toronto
Free, bring your lunch! For more information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Screening presented by Barri Cohen and Dr. Dorothy Goldin Rosenberg.
Barri Cohen is a documentary filmmaker, writer, and TV series producer. She won the Writers Guild of Canada award for Toxic Trespass. She will speak on the creation of this film.
Dr. Dorothy Goldin Rosenberg is the Executive Producer of Toxic Trespass and teaches environmental health and policy at OISE. She will speak to the film’s research and educational and activist uses.