July Jones 'Switch It Off' by James Arden
Director James Arden captures the electrifying July Jones in a performance-based visual exploration of autosexuality, desire and voyeurism.
Shot on a mix of digital formats and a hunting camera, the artist is seen in a white space, watching her own sexual experiences on television screens while black wires, twisting around her body, try to restrict her and her animalistic impulses.
|Production Company||The Trash Factory|
|Director of Photography||Michael Hobdell|
|Focus Puller||Nicolee Stin|
|Art Director||Joshanne Dar|
|Make-up||Kat Krupa Ringuet|
|Grading company||Bubble TV|
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