ROADSIDE COSMOS and MANOS: FILMS BY SAM WOHL
Sunday, March 8 at 8 PM
Doors 7:30 pm; $5 admission
ROADSIDE COSMOS is an experimental music video about the Minneapolis Uranium Club Band composed of live shows and footage shot on an east coast tour last summer. More art project than band, they exist as a self-perpetuating whisper creating an autonomous legend on the outskirts of sonic landscape. This piece was made inspired by their music, and visuals of the band with surrealist editing of lo-fi video.
MANOS is a social surrealist film about working class women in Uruguay and Argentina. In a dream-like language, woven by hands, ants, and liquidity, it traces manual labor and horizontal mutual aid among working class women. From the sequences of fisherwomen, manicurists, protestors, glove inspectors, clinicians, and mothers, rises a chorus of care, labor, resistance, struggle, trauma, and collective action. Manos presents timezones of labor as a seed to think about ecological phenomenon, gender, and liquidity. FILMMAKER IN ATTENDANCE!No Events