Hello World • 2021 • 3:17 Video • In response to STO Union’s international tours being cancelled for two years due to the pandemic, the German festival Theater der Welt reached out to the artists it had programmed and asked them to make a three-minute video in lieu of travelling there to perform.
Living in a Market Society Is Harsh •
2021 • 26 seconds • Video • Credits: Text, edit and music: Nadia Ross • Video: Rob Scott and Nadia Ross • Puppeteers: Ross and Scott and the villagers of Wakefield • Puppet by: William Hamilton St-Aumond • Set and costumes: Stephanie Hill, Rob Scott, Heidi Honegger, Nadia Ross.
1. Earle's hall live - these events orchestrated by Nadia Ross are nothing short of genius. She inspires collaboration from varied artists in many art forms, theatre actors, video/photography,...
Out Loud: Talks to Self with Michael and Lauren • 2020–2021 • Video Series • Invited to listen to themselves think on video, people reveal their basic human needs, fears, and desires during COVID19
Business is our Mother • 2018 • :37 seconds • Video • A puppet pontificates on how business has taken over everything Credits: Writer, editor: Nadia Ross Videographers: Rob Scott and Nadia Ross Voice… more
Out Loud: Talks to Self with Rita •
2020–2021 • Video Series • Invited to listen to themselves think on video, people reveal their basic human needs, fears, and desires during the Covid19 pandemic.
Living in Paradise • 2015 • 2:22 minutes • Video • Currently on display • A short music video on what it feels like to live in Paradise. Lyrics and Song by Nadia Ross and Michelle April * performed by April * drawings by George Acheson, Michelle April and Nadia Ross …
(P.O.R.N.) Portrait of Restless Narcissism • Ad Number 2 • 2020 • Video • Currently on display • Ad promoting the 2020 production of P.O.R.N. (Portrait of Restless Narcissism) by Lionel Arnould. more…
Good News from the Sun (Part 2) is a short video project that uses puppets, live documentary footage and animation to tell the story of a theatre director who is asked to work with local youths in her village to create a play. The power dynamics shift as the teenagers grow up and move on to bigger cities and with their lives, leaving the director without a group to work with.
STO Union recognizes that its head office in Farrellton, Quebec is located on the unceded and unsurrendered territory of the Algonquin Anishinaabe Nation whose presence here dates back to time immemorial.