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Wednesday, October 24, 2018 — 6:00 pm

@ DESIGN WITHIN REACH

200 Kansas St.

San Francisco, CA 94103 - MAP

(415) 638-4700


What Have We Here

6pm reception / 7pm screening

Presented in association with Design Within Reach, San Francisco.
Curated and presented by Gina Basso

Pictured Above: Dana Berman Duff: Catalogue, Vol. 6 (2016)
Admission for this screening is FREE
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NOTE: Venue open at 6pm for reception preceding 7pm screening.

The evening’s presentation will include a program of artist made film and videos that explore human relationships to interior spaces, objects, decor and furniture—the things that give us comfort, status and affirm identity or conversely, become refuse, expose our fragility, leave us alienated or economically spent. What Have We Here examines the consequences of desire and consumerism while others offer philosophical musings about perception and tensions of cultural markers represented in domestic spaces and objects we covet. SCREENING: Catalogue, Vol.6 (2016) and Catalogue, Vol.10 (2017) by Dana Berman Duff; Posthaste Perennial Pattern (2010) by Jodie Mack; Furniture Poetry (1999) by Paul Bush; The Hunch that Caused the Winning Streak and Fought the Doldrums Mightily (2010) by Stephanie Barber; The Weight of Things (2015) by Dana Levy; Upholstered Furniture In The Grass: Polstermöbel im Grünen (1984) by Christine Noll Brinckmann and… a super secret surprise!

Gina Basso is the manager of Film Programs at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. As an independent film programmer she has curated for the Roxie Theater, Alamo Drafthouse San Francisco, Castro Theater and the Northwest Film Forum in Seattle, WA. Her video work has screened at the Haxan Festival (Oakland, CA), CROSSROADS Festival (SF), Roxie Theater (SF), Artists Television Access (SF) and at the Antimatter Experimental Film Festival (Vancouver, Canada). She has given talks on film at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts and the Goethe Institute. She is the recipient of the 2017 Curatorial Travel Grant awarded by the French American Cultural Society and the San Francisco French Consulate for film research.

Catalogue.Vol.6 (excerpt) from Dana Berman Duff on Vimeo.