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Sanctus (Barbara Hammer, 1990)30-30 Vision
Thursday, March 1st, 2012, 19h
Arts @ Renaissance, 2 Kingsland Ave., Williamsburg (Garden Level)

Round Robin Collective presents 30-30 Vision, a program of experimental films and videos exploring medicine's charged relationship to the body. Showing work by both mature and emerging filmmakers, the works delve into fantasies surrounding photography's proximity to rational study, the social structures control, and left-over institutional spaces of empty corridors and rooms. Filmmakers Barbara Hammer, Caitlin Berrigan, Katherin McInnis, and Mary Billyou will be in attendance for conversation afterward.

Program is as follows:

- Vital Statistics of a Citizen, Simply Obtained, Martha Rosler, 1977 (shown as a loop)
- 1-9, Mary Billyou, 2008
- Concoctions, Caitlin Berrigan, 2004
- Underexposed: The Temple of the Fetus, Kathy High, 1994
- Shelter, Katherin McInnis, 2012
- Sanctus, Barbara Hammer, 1990

This screening is supported by a grant from NYSCA's Electronic Media Presentation Funds and is sponsored by Union Docs.

Hospitality is a current exhibit of the Round Robin Collective, at Arts @ Renaissance, a new art space of St. Nick's Alliance in Williamsburg, located in the former Greenpoint Hospital. Open hours during events only. Located at 2 Kingsland Ave., Garden Level, Brooklyn, four blocks from the Graham Ave. L Stop.