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Thursday, September 19, 2019 — 7:30 pm

@ TELEMATIC

323 10th St. (at Folsom)

San Francisco, CA 94103 - MAP

415-336-2349


Farm and Friends, program 1

Love, Cruelty and Self-Destruction

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Admission is FREE
Pictured above:
 Slammy Windshield (2001) by The Patchcordz

Telematic and Cinematheque are pleased to present Love, Cruelty, and Self-Destruction, a screening of video/performance works by Monet Clark, Cliff Hengst, Dale Hoyt, The Patchchords (w/ Fred Rinne), and Beth Stephens & Annie Sprinkle as part of Telematic’s current, on-going exhibition Farm and Friends—in 3D! The works in this screening address the promise of love to heal wounds in nature and society, along with the propensity for love to become entangled in power dynamics that render it cruel and exploitative. They explore themes of excesses and absurdity; those moments when we prove to be our own worst enemies; and the possibility—indeed, the need—for acceptance and forgiveness. (Telematic)

SCREENING:
Appearance on Retro TV, KOFY, SF, CA, Parts I – 4 by Dale Hoyt
I Left My Heart (2012) by Cliff Hengst
Trailer for Water Makes Us Wet by Beth Stephens and Annie Sprinkle
Cross Voyeurism by Monet Clark
Don’t Be Cruel by Dale Hoyt
Maybe by Cliff Hengst
Ecosex Weddings by Beth Stephens & Annie Sprinkle
Ritual by Monet Clark
Slammy Windshield (2001) by The Patchchords (w/ Fred Rinne)