III Points Festival: Ten Artists to Watch
6. Allison Schulnik
Allison Schulnik will screen her most recent work at the festival, followed by a musical set by Austin Paul. Schulnik creatively blends film with sculpted art and painted scenes in order to create a visual spectacle that will leave you wanting more. The images in Mound (2011) might appear strange at first, but you can't help but form a connection with the moving clay creatures and feel their complex emotions. Schulnik's work will screen at Miami Light Project this Saturday, October 5, from 5 to 6 p.m. in a free show.
5. John Sevigny
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Known for his powerful images, photographer John Sevigny will have his first Miami solo-show ever at the III Points fest. The exhibit, titled "Wilderness of Mirrors," will feature Sevigny's photography which, though it's not comprised of images of people, is intended to act as a mirror that inspires viewers to look harshly at their own lives. You might want to have a drink first. The event takes place at Imagesound this Saturday from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.; it's free and drinks and light fare will be provided.