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Between Islands by Daniel Small (based in LA)
City Center to Old Greek Town by Matt Black (based in Salt Lake)
In3dia by Jesse Malmed (based in Portland, OR)
Song for a Train by Luca Antonuci (based in San Francisco)
Evolution of an Image by Patrick Conrad (based in San Francisco)
Ryugong by Jon Rafman (based in New York)
Bathers by Chad Gooch (Phoeinix AZ/Seoul, Korea)
Practice by Betsy McCall (based in San Francisco)
Natureland by Van MCElwee (basedin St. Louis)
Man with Gun, Railroad, and Food for Working by Reece Carter (based in LA)
The Free Form Film Festival has been presenting experimental films, art films, documentaries and video art to communities across North America since 2003. Visit http://freeformfilm.org/ for more information.
Jasmine Moorhead curator for the Oakland Gallery Krowswork has put my video works along with Dale Hoyt and 15 other video artist. There will be lecture from Glenn Phillips the Getty Museum curator, and Tanya Zimbardo the assistant curator at the SFMOMA. The Summer of Video Art: Oakland Video Vague—a rolling wave of video projects, installations, performances, and single channel works to be presented over the course of July and August. The program begins on July 1st, with the Oakland Art Murmur First Friday and continues through August 27th.
I hope you will be able to attend the San Francisco Modern Art Museum’s (SFMOMA) film series California Highs, California Lows. A one night screening of films focusing on the Golden State including film makers Robert Morris, Paul Clipson, Adam Heavenrich, Robert Smithson, Nancy Holt and my film Man with a Gun, Railroad, and Food for Working. The screening will be held in the Phyllis Wattis Theater 7:00pm on Thursday June 3rd 2010 admission is $5.00.
Man With a Gun, Railroad, and Food for Working considers local hunting and animal handling as it investigates a West Coast dynamic: one that prides itself on natural beauty and agricultural bounty, but one that has deeply embraced urban individualism and suburban sprawl.
CALIFORNIA HIGHS, CALIFORNIA LOWS
Our latest look at pop culture on film features the Golden State, long a wellspring of cinematic inspiration both in terms of location and subject matter. Directors in this series mine hippie subcultures, social atmospheres, and the landscape for a loose yet provocative portrait of the state.
Bucky (episodes 1 through 6), Paul Clipson and Adam Heavenrich, 1996 – 98, 2 min. each, 8mm
East Coast, West Coast, Nancy Holt and Robert Smithson, 1969, 22 min., digital video
Man With a Gun, Railroad, and Food for Working, Reece Camp Carter, 2010, 12 min., video
Gas Station, Robert Morris, 1969, 33 min., 16mm