Moving Window, a film by Jim Helton with words, narration and photography by Davi Russo is a 10 minute piece consisting entirely of still photographs and spoken diary entries. Loosely based around the artist travelog “The New Grand Tour”, an exhibit first realized in Hong Kong in 2007 and fully opened in Beijing 798 space in 2008, the film documents the travels of artists Suitman, Jose Parla, Rostarr and Deanne Cheuk as they embark on a journey through China and engage in a cultural exchange. “Moving Window” is Russo’s visual and aural document of this trip. It is scheduled to be screened as part of an upcoming show at Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery, NYC in Spring of 2010. The video can be seen here.