“An extra noise by the big boss” a 17-minute short film written and directed by Kaveh Baghdadchi (2018) is included in the group exhibition “For Freedoms: Art as Political Resistance” hosted by Reed Gallery at the University of Cincinnati.
The exhibition of “For Freedoms: Art as Political Resistance” runs September 4th – 30th, 2018, Sunday – Thursday, 10 AM – 5 PM. There will be an opening reception on Thursday, September 6th from 5-7 PM.
“For Freedoms: Art as Political Resistance” exhibition is a platform for greater participation in the arts and in civil society. It’s in conjunction with the 50 state initiative taking place this fall, representing a diverse group of voices that speak to shared conflicts and aspirations, these artists seek to provoke thought that can promote understanding and influence the evolving political landscape.
“An extra noise by the big boss” was made into a M.F.A. thesis project as a protest against Trump’s travel ban. Based on a true story and from a very personal standpoint, it shows how ordinary people become victims of one of the most controversial political issues of the recent years.