Cinema

Swampy’s Diaries

Sunday, October 21 at 8 PM

Doors 7:30 pm; $5 admission

For the “bootleg artist” known as Swampy, the world is an endless living canvas. Variations on his signature “swampdonkey” tag — the skull of some imaginary tusked creature — can be found in almost every imaginable setting across America: dilapidated skyscrapers in Oakland, Calif.; train trestles in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico; gallery walls in Atlanta or Brooklyn. Follow his adventures through this collage of video moments shot on his VHS handy-cam.

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