Microscope presents the first 2017-18 edition of our emerging artist series YES with a screening of film and video works by Alison Nguyen and Monica Savirón. Both Brooklyn-based artists’ bodies of works include 16mm films and videos that are situated within the tradition of “found footage” or “appropriation”, terms that fall short of conveying the painstaking processes of “seeking” each of them undertakes in selecting their imagery from sources including vast archives of daily newspapers, 16mm film vaults, and the web.
Re:Houston is an exhibition about rebuilding, remembering, rejuvenating, and reinventing. Houston. In the wake of Hurricane Harvey, the whole world saw the destruction, resilience, sacrifice, and sadness of Houston. As the city works on the difficult task of arising from that disaster. Re:Houston gives artists from all over the globe, an opportunity to commemorate those places within this great city that they love, remember those places that have been lost or damaged, and celebrate the heroism of Houston.
Barbara Hammer: Evidentiary Bodies is a multifaceted exhibition-project that delves into the life’s work and resonating impact of lesbian feminist artist and filmmaker Barbara Hammer. Revolving around a retrospective at Leslie Lohman Museum for Gay & Lesbian Art, Evidentiary Bodies as a project encompasses exhibitions, a publication, performances, readings, and an extensive film program at various locations across New York City.
De Sábado, Octubre 7, 2017 (Todo el día) hasta Miércoles, Enero 31, 2018 (Todo el día)
Laterale Film Festival is an international non competitive Film Festival of cinematic art organized by Associazione Culturale Kamen. The aim of the project is to enhance the most innovative aspects of audio-visual languages of the contemporary world and to reduce the distance between artistic research and public involvement.