Screening

IMMOVABLE OBJECTS

Film works by Rachael Guma & a special performance by Optipus

IMMOVABLE OBJECTS Film works by Rachael Guma & a special performance by Optipus  | Events Calendar


Bushwick / Ridgewood

Microscope Gallery | 4 Charles Place

w/ Bradley Eros, Victoria Keddie, Timothy Geraghty, and Rachelle Rahme
admission $6 – artist in person

Microscope Gallery is very pleased to welcome Rachael Guma for a night of her Super 8 film & film performance works involving live sound and vinyl record manipulations. Guma kicks off the program with a screening of Dear Phone, the 1976 short film by Peter Greenaway, an artist who has highly inspired her work. The night concludes with a live visual/sound poem performance of “A Poison Tree – William Blake” by Guma and other members of the expanded cinema collective Optipus.

to objectify the object
to embrace the accidents
to build upon buildings
to worship at the altar of analog
to activate the inactive
to see the sound
to reconstruct the constructs
to move the immovable

– RG