Artists' Television Access


(themes and variations on) relational space

Thursday, January 1, 1970, 12:00 am

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Screenings and performances:

Program I – Thurs., Oct. 16 and Fri., Nov. 21, 8pm
Program II – Fri., Oct. 17, 8pm

The work in “intervals” seeks to explore the pauses, the durations and the spaces in between the things that make up the structure of our lives. In our contemporary world where time has been unduly compressed into work schedules, advertising, newsclips and entertainment-induced attention spans, the artists in “intervals” have chosen to focus on the places and moments where seemingly nothing is happening. But, we’re asking you to look again…

Film/video screenings and performances:

Program I: Thursday, October 16, 8pm and Friday, November 21, 8pm

    Yin-Ju Chen, “Untitled_03”, video
    Howie Cherman, TV spots for “Formal Engagement”, video
    Stan Douglas, “Monodramas”, video
    Gilbert Guerrero, “Gilbert Performs a Film About Two People Sitting on a Park Bench or Brujería, con una Pelicula Robado del Teatro de Díos”, film/sound performance
    Charles Gute, “Untitled”, video
    Lindsay Ljungkull, “Scenes As A Film”, super-8 transfer
    Norman Long (on Oct. 16) sound performance
    Norman Long, Charles Boone and friends (on Nov. 21), sound performance
    Mechele Manno, “Appointment with Tom Marioni”, video
    Mike Missiaen, “Untitled”, super-8 film
    Jo Nigoghossian, “running from, running to, pulling over to piss or the sublime”, video
    Sarah Vogwill, “Electric Time”, super-8 transfer
    Lee Walton, “A somersault at the midpoint between my coffee table and my favorite bookstore”, video

Program II: Friday, October 17, 8pm

    Samuel Beckett’s Happy Days starring Rosaleen Linehan and Richard Johnson, filmed in 2001 by Patricia Rozema for the Beckett On Film series (Blue Angel Films)

    4 American Composers: John Cage, filmed by Peter Greenaway in 1983 for Channel Four Television/Transatlantic Films

    Flour Arrangement (a Bruce Nauman performance), a project by Bill Allan, 1969


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