Donna Cameron is an artist whose films combine sculptural, painterly and photographic concerns into her own hand-crafted idiom. Much of Donna’s work involves a special paper-emulsion-on-film technique which she invented, creating uniquely cinematic and textured light-plays. Tonight’s mini-retrospective includes the recent Dragon, Mosaic #4, The Clown, Coralmation, Autumn Leaves, and earlier work. “Donna Cameron works with memory, feelings, poetry, texture, and follows her intuition…If Donna can’t make something one way, she’ll find another. In a way she’s a chameleon: all styles are fair game. But at the core, there’s always a moral center.” (Adrienne Mancia, The Museum of Modern Art)
EARLY EVENING EXPERIMENTAL
Sundays, 5:30 pm SAN FRANCISCO ART INSTITUTE
Gary Adkins Winter Counts 1, 2, 4, &9 (1976-78, 35 min.); Greg Sharits Untitled #6, Flowers for Tara, and Ode To Communism (1975-78, 30 min.).