Kevin T. Allen

Kevin T. Allen is a filmmaker, sound artist and independent radio producer who navigates the minutia of the everyday. His films have been exhibited at MoMA, the Society for Visual Anthropology Film Festival, Crossroads: Moving Image Arts Festival, The Margaret Mead Film Festival, and the Black Maria Film Festival where his film Kieu, was awarded first prize. His sound work has been featured on public radio and at venues such as the Canadian Centre for Architecture, Third Coast International Audio Festival, Filmless Festival and Deep Wireless Festival of Radio Art. He recently completed a yearlong cross-continental audio-visual project called American Transit (american-transit.org). Fueled by a passion for travel, he has explored the soundscapes of Sri Lanka, India, Vietnam, Peru, Bolivia, Argentina and a piano bar in Greenwich Village.

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Joshua City

(Kevin T. Allen, 2011)

A cross-cultural camera roll of two desolate landscapes. One half shot in the Mojave Desert of Joshua Tree in California, the other half in the industrial ghost town of Industry...