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The Sunday Video: Aiden Dillard on Mores McWreath

This week’s Sunday Video comes courtesy of Miami based Director, Aiden Dillard. Dillard’s recent feature film, Death Print, which premiered on October 8th at Colony Theater on Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, enjoyed a follow up screening yesterday, accompanied by a concert, at Cinema Paradisio in Fort Lauderdale. With so much to do yesterday (Justin long at 2020, Leonard Cohen at BankAtlantic Center, Death Print at Cinema Paradisio etc etc) and with everything respectively so far apart we thought we should hark to at least one of last nights ‘main events’. So rather than publish archived PBS footage of Cohen’s crooning or preempt our upcoming coverage of Long’s 2020 show we asked Aiden Dillard to submit this week’s pick.

“I would like to take this opportunity to introduce the Miami art community to the work of a good friend of mine and former classmate from Cooper Union, named Mores McWreath.” – Aiden Dillard.

Reinscribe Scribble: Neither One nor the Other from Mores McWreath on Vimeo.

Mores McWreath was born in Washington, PA in 1980 and grew up in ten different cities scattered throughout the south and midwest. He received a BFA from The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art and an MFA from the University of Southern California Roski School of Fine Arts. He attended the Whitney Musuem of American Art Independent Study Program in 2008-09. Recent group exhibitions include Theoretical Practice at the International Studio and Curatorial Program, New York, 2009; Worlds Away: New Suburban Landscapes at the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, 2008; End-Times at the Lasso Gallery at the Butcher Shop, Chicago 2007; and Ghosts of Presence: International Emerging Artists’ Video at the Art Gallery of York University, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 2007. He is currently an adjunct instructor at the Cooper Union. He will have his New York debut solo exhibition at CUE Art Foundation in the fall of 2009.
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To see more of Mores’ work you can go to his website: www.willwestlake.com
This video was contributed by Aiden Dillard and posted by Thomas Hollingworth.
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The Sunday Video: Aiden Dillard on Mores McWreath