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Three Artists Up Close

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As one half of The Dada Factory, Salt Lake City's Davey Davis is fast establishing himself as a filmmaker on the rise. He's ready to take on the world - well, as soon as he graduates college. For his senior thesis, Davis created a 20-minute video profiling three artists whose complex relationship with SLC took on new meaning through the 337 Project, expanding on the Dada Factory's documentary, Afterimage: The Art of 337. Check it:


Slingshot Out the Valley from Dada Factory on Vimeo.