János Sugár ‘s conceptual and avant-garde work spans the range of performance art, installation, opera, film and video. Since 1984 he has been exhibiting work in both national and international showcases, and he recently completed an Artlink Residency at the Cleveland Institute of Art. Between 1990 and 1995, he served as a board member of the Belá Belázs Studios in Budapest, and he is currently a lecturer at the Intermedia Department of the Hungarian Academy of Fine Art. We will screen a selection of his work: shorts Tweedle and Ambiguous Window, the longer Camera In Trouble and the video opera on the technology of video Immortal Culprits.
EARLY EVENING EXPERIMENTAL
Sundays, 5:30 pm SAN FRANCISCO ART INSTITUTE
Program #3 – April 5
Vampyr by Carl Th. Dreyer