November 2017

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8:00 pm OpenScreening

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8:30 pm MEDIA ARCHEOLOGY3

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5:00 pm Small Press Traffic: Ghayath Almadhoun, Sarah Rosenthal, Brenda Iijima, & Eric Sneathan

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7:30 pm Resistance Made Visual: Animations by Kelly Gallagher

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8:00 pm Everything Everywhere All the Time

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8:30 pm PSYCHOGEO3

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5:00 pm Small Press Traffic: Elevate Reading w/Park, Stein, Chavez and Orth

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8:00 pm Periwinkle Cinema’s annual all Trans

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7:00 pm 10th Annual Druid Underground Film Festival

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8:00 pm Cosmic Currents

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8:30 pm LO-FI SCI-FI

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7:00 pm Reading Through the Layers: New visionary video work by David Finkelstein and Robert Fox

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8:00 pm ACCESS ATA: Capitalism (Episode 1 & Episode 2)

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8:30 pm SCRITTI POLITTI

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6:00 pm Right Window Gallery: SCAR | Jim Haynes (closing reception)

 
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 Curated by Steven Seidenberg and Carolyn White

Scar is an exhibition of corroded photographs from Jim Haynes, who has investigated the technique of augmenting silver gelatin prints with rust, copper, and various acidic patinas. The intersections of the photograph and chemical stain are the provisional building-blocks for meaning and metaphor: blight, dislocation, subcutaneousness, toxicity, brackishness, psychic unease. Here in Scar, the human form is the underlying source material to these photographic objects, complicating the psychological allusions to the work.Prices and availability can be seen at helen AT helenscarsdale DOT com.