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Sunday, August 28, 2022 — 3:15 pm

@ GRAY AREA / GRAND THEATER

2665 Mission Street

San Francisco – MAP

(415) 843-1423


CROSSROADS 2022: program 8

divisions of labor

Pictured above: Light Signal (2022) by Emily Chao

divisions of labor

Explorations of light, abstraction and filmic materiality overlap with depictions of urban spaces, physical and psychic sites of labor and (dis)locations of memory. Considerations of the subjectivities of qualia orbit and intersect with interrogations of representation and racialized exoticism. The apparati of cinema are not without their ideological implications.

Advance tickets here$12 General/$10 Cinematheque Members and members of Gray Area.
Festival Pass here. 
$110 General/$90 Cinematheque Members and members of Gray Area.
COVID-19 SAFETY REQUIREMENTS: Proof of COVID-19 vaccine is required for entry to Gray Area. The use of masks is highly encouraged.
facebook event here
program community partner: Artists’ Television Access

 

 

 

 

SCREENING: Light Signal (2022) by Emily Chao (US); digital video, color, sound, 13 minutes. Paper Bag Test (2019) by Trevon Jakaar Coleman (US); digital video, color, sound, 5 minutes. Pinhole Park (2021) by Alex MacKenzie (Canada); digital video, b&w, sound, 11 minutes. Feriado (2021) by Azucena Losana (Mexico/Argentina); digital video, b&w, sound, 2 minutes. Madness Remixed (2021) by Rhea Storr (UK); digital video, color, sound, 11 minutes. Carbon Loops (2022) by Elia Vargas (US); 16mm double projection, color, silent, 3 minutes (loop). Prometheus (2021) by Dominic Angerame (US); digital video, b&w, sound, 4 minutes. Patent 1,571,148 (2022) by Kevin Jerome Everson (US); digital video, b&w, sound, 5 minutes. Singing in Oblivion (2021) by Eve Heller (US/Austria); digital video, b&w, sound, 13 minutes. TRT: 65 minutes

full program details here

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