1. A trailer for the short film screened at the Black Cat (2186 Dundas West, Toronto) on Tuesday April 7 at 5pm, as part of INSIDE & OUT: an art show by Foot-to-Face & pseudonym (April 2-8, 2015).

    The Free Space Interview Project is something that I started in 2012 and has been an ongoing project since. I ask anonymous interviewees a series of 15 questions, record their responses, transcribe them, and then edit them into a readable format. (http://issuu.com/foot-to-face/docs/freespacepreview) They have no time limit and are free to make their answers as personal or impersonal as they like. Over the course of 3 years, I've interviewed about 40 people from over 10 countries, while living/traveling between two continents.

    This a short clip from the FSI Project's first incarnation as a 30min film, which features responses to the question "What are you afraid of?" and was filmed and recorded on two different smartphones and edited in iMovie.

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  2. The Free Space Interview Project is an ongoing project of mine that first began in 2012, when I made my first ever zine called CRAM and dedicated three very tiny pages to an “interview section,” consisting of 6 questions and about 3-8 responses each, before it became one of the main focuses of my artistic practice.

    In the FSIP, I ask people a series of open-ended questions and allow them to answer as personally or impersonally, as concisely or tangentially as they like. Each interviewee understands that their responses will be shared anonymously, as I transcribe the recorded conversation and make edits for readability while still maintaining the integrity of the responses the person has given. This is the project's first incarnation as a 30min film, which features responses to the question "What are you afraid of?" and was filmed and recorded on two different smartphones.

    Over the course of 3 years, I've interviewed about 40 people from over 10 countries, while living/traveling between two continents. So far.

    The Free Space Interview Project Zine: foottofaceshop.bigcartel.com

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  3. The Free Space Interview Project is something that I started in 2012 and has been an ongoing project since. I ask anonymous interviewees a series of 15 questions, record their responses, transcribe them, and then edit them into a readable format. (http://issuu.com/foot-to-face/docs/freespacepreview) They have no time limit and are free to make their answers as personal or impersonal as they like. Over the course of 3 years, I've interviewed about 40 people from over 10 countries, while living/traveling between two continents.

    This a short clip from the FSI Project's first incarnation as a 30min film, which features responses to the question "What are you afraid of?" and was filmed and recorded on two different smartphones and edited in iMovie.

    (c) Julianne Ess 2015

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The Free Space Interview Project

Julianne Ess

The Free Space Interview Project is something that I started in 2012 and has been an ongoing project since. I ask anonymous interviewees a series of 15 questions, record their responses, transcribe them, and then edit them into a readable format. (http://issuu.com/foot-to-face/docs/freespacepreview)…


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The Free Space Interview Project is something that I started in 2012 and has been an ongoing project since. I ask anonymous interviewees a series of 15 questions, record their responses, transcribe them, and then edit them into a readable format. (http://issuu.com/foot-to-face/docs/freespacepreview) They have no time limit and are free to make their answers as personal or impersonal as they like. Over the course of 3 years, I've interviewed about 40 people from over 10 countries, while living/traveling between two continents.

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