Screening

The Art of Vision

America Is Hard to See: Film & Video Screenings

The Art of Vision America Is Hard to See: Film & Video Screenings | Events Calendar


Brian Frye, Julie Murray, Luis Recoder, Sandra Gibson, Stan Brakhage, and Matt Saunders

Greenwich Village / W Village

Whitney Museum of American Art | 99 Gansevoort Street

Examining and expanding the material and formal conditions of film, video, and animation, these artists build upon the tradition of American avant-garde filmmaking:

Brian Frye (b. 1974, San Francisco, CA), Oona’s Veil, 2000. 16mm film, black and white, sound; 11 min. Purchase with funds from the Film and Video Committee 2002.160

Julie Murray (b. 1961, Dublin, Ireland), Untitled (light), 2002. 16mm film, color, sound; 5 min. Purchase with funds from the Film and Video Committee 2004.46

Luis Recoder (b. 1971, San Francisco, CA), Linea, 2002. Two channel 16mm film, black and white, silent; 18 min. Purchase with funds from the Film and Video Committee 2005.23

Sandra Gibson (b. 1968, Portland, OR), NYC Flower Film, 2003. Super 8 film transferred to video, color, silent; 5 min. Purchase with funds from George Kaufman 2004.642

Stan Brakhage (b. 1933, Kansas City, MO; d. 2003; Victoria, Canada), Chinese Series, 2003. 16mm film, color, silent; 2 min. Purchase, with funds from the Orentreich Family Foundation 2005.119

Matt Saunders (b. 1975; Tacoma, WA) Century Rolls, 2012. Video, color, silent; 10:45 min. Purchase with funds from the Film, Video, and New Media Committee 2013.81

This screening is free with Museum admission.

SCHEDULE
May 1, 6:30 pm
May 31, 3 pm
July 3, 8 pm
August 21, 11 am
September 19, 5 pm*

*Sandra Gibson's NYC Flower Film (2003) will be screened on film



Contact:

212-570-3600

info@whitney.org

Additional Screenings:

Sun May 31, 2015 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Fri Jul 03, 2015 8:00 PM

Fri Aug 21, 2015 11:00 AM

Sat Sep 19, 2015 5:00 PM