​"Not to be missed!"

                - Johnny Ray Houston, SF

                  Bay Guardian

"By turning the reels into an interactive art experience, Snider and Grayson are transforming a mass-produced commercial product into a hand made object, and capturing the personal histories of regular people, not often reflected or celebrated in popular culture. Not only are the reels portraits of individuals, but they also reveal the hidden treasures and underground spaces scattered throughout San Francisco. Look for Ivy McClelland's tour of a clandestine cement garden near Candlestick Park; Bill Basquin working the dirt on a plot inb his community garden; and Craig Baldwin emerging from the basement of Artists Television Access. With this latest project, Snider once again takes a potentially commercial medium and creates an intimate homemade record of peoples' personal lives."

                - Natalija Vekic, KQED online

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