MONDAY NIGHT @ THE KITCHEN!

FEBRUARY 28, 2011

MONDAY 7PM

The Carousel Microcinema is honored to share a program  of films and videos

Presented by

The Kitchen

512 West 19th Street
New York, NY 10011-2899
(212) 255-5793

The Gallery will be open before the screening.

This collection of films and videos represent the conversations with artists, the obsessiveness of fandom, and oracle-like internet  investigations that helped inform the development and production of REMOTE VIEWING an installation of digital films currently on view in The Kitchen’s gallery.

 

Jabari Hall-Smith
Lil’ Big Hed   (2006)
Zora Neale Hurston
Florida Fieldwork Films 1928-1929
Ulysses Jenkins
PLANET X (2006)
Lauren Kelley
Wild seed (2008)
Hanna Kim and Addee Kim
The Bulldozer and the School House (2010)
Wendy Morgan
Going On [GNARLS BARKLEY] (2008)
Wura-Natasha Ogunji
My Father and I Dance In Outer Space (2011)
Sergei Parajanov
A scene from: The Color of Pomegranates (1969)
Pamela Phatsimo Sunstrum
A Short History: Starring Asme as Herself (2007)
Carrie Schneider
Slow Dance (2009)
Cauleen Smith
T MInus Two (2010)
Jan-Joseph Stok
Darfur: Life in the Bush with the SLA  (2009)
Reggie Thomas
Being Black (2009)
UNICprod
“Janjaweed”  YouTube. (2009)
Ishmael Randall Weeks
Volquete (2010)
“Pukusana-Tractor (after C. Smith)” (2010)  16mm
Yak Films
Turf Feinz: Dancing In The Rain


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About cauleen

Cauleen Smith is a native Californian who has had the privilege of living in Austin, Texas, Boston, Massachusetts, Emeryville, and San Diego, San Francisco, Sacramento, and Los Angeles in California. She finds herself now happily settled in Chicago, IL where she makes stuff with an emphasis on the moving image, sound, and outer space.
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