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New Works Salon XLII: Gagliardi, Hahn, Kim, Peoples, Teal

Saturday, January 13 at 8 pm

The New Works Salons series is a casual forum for the presentation and discussion of new works in film, video, sound, and performance, with local and visiting artists often in-person to introduce their work. The forty-second edition of the series will include: Francesco Gagliardi’s 16mm film Some Cities: …when skies at night when wind and buses and streetlights when window when glass when houseplant and mountain when stars and cars and traffic lights when flickering sign when windswept skies when chair and curtain when wall and pillow when wet reflection wash when silver light when void when fall when open night… (FG); Minjung Kim’s 16mm film (100ft): We have different sizes of feet. You are 1ft. I am 0.75ft. (MK); Alee Peoples’s 16mm film Decoy: Comparing walls and bridges. The weight of human accuracy. Language matters. (AP) Plus we’ll have new work by Ariel Teal and two films by Karissa Hahn: her Super 8 film Please Step Out of the Frame and a new 16mm film! Plus more TBA!

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