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OTV | Open Television is a non-profit platform for intersectional television. We incubate, distribute, and exhibit artists that commercial television networks and art institutions do not develop consistently: artists who identify with multiple identities marginalized by the market and society. OTV experiments with alternative ways to develop, produce, and exhibit art and television. Our programs center artistic expression, intersectionality, Chicago and digital networking.
Ghosts and Where They Lay
Ghosts and Where They Lay contemplates memory, possession and the act of letting go. This story follows a ghost stuck in her past and the two teens who have ‘captured’ her as they recognize that holding on, to power, the past, or idolization, does not, in fact, grant satisfaction. Through non-traditional narrative structure, the viewer, too, is invited to participate in letting go of their own need for reason and answer, opting instead for a state of pure trust, emotion, and association.