Join us in our parking lot with Nightingale Cinema for a socially distanced screening event!
A thousand words about the ineffable written on a balloon demarcating air that’s in and out stuck in a tree that the wrong dog wasn’t barking at but rather identifying dendrology as dermatology. Slapstick poetry like how the light let through the cucoloris occludes clouds, paints pictures on the wall. All the poets want to be singers, drummers shooting guards, web designers gardeners, spiders who knows. Splitting rhythms and patterns while we name birds by their calls, flowers by their followers. Somewhere I had noted that real fake grass is fake real grass and real real grass is fake fake grass. The teacher says there’s no such thing as a double positive and the back of the room offers: yeah right. Sometimes language is a syntactic math puzzle doubling and undoing and sometimes it is a series of intensifiers building as the sentence does. We head this way and that, sometimes making structure by looking back. myth hymns / thy / myrrh / my rhythms.
Stephanie Barber – 3 Peonies, 2017, 3:13, 16mm to HD
Mike Stoltz and Alee Peoples – Spotlight on a Brick Wall, 2016, 8:00, 16mm to HD
Annelies Kamen – Greatest Hits, 2018, 7:00, HD
Henry Hills – SSS, 1988, 5:20, 16mm to HD
Breanne Trammell – Kind of Bluets: 33 Great Moments in Color (Aid) Commentary, 2021, 9:30, HD
Jose Luis Benavides – Lulu’s Journal, 2017, 4:32, DV
Sky Hopinka – Lore, 2019, 10:16, 16mm to HD
Heehyun Choi – Birdsaver Report Volume 1, 2020, 7:40, 16mm to HD
Keaton Fox – The Artificial Grass Needs Cleaning Again, 2020, 2:11, HD
This event requires an RSVP. Please reserve the number of tickets for your group as everyone in your group must be accounted for contact tracing and capacity. Parties/Groups can be up to 5 to accommodate space.
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