Time Frames Film Screening

February 21 · 5:00pm – 7:30pm
5c5859fa95b08 Time Frames Film Screening 2019-21-02.time.frames /images/events/small/clowns_revolution.jpg /images/events/small/clowns_revolution.jpg SUN XUN. Clown's Revolution, 2011. 10 minutes. Single-channel animation. Edition of 6. © Sun Xun. Courtesy: the artist and Sean Kelly, New York SUN XUN. Clown's Revolution, 2011. 10 minutes. Single-channel animation. Edition of 6. © Sun Xun. Courtesy: the artist and Sean Kelly, New York 1 2019-02-21T18:00:00-04:00 2019-02-21T20:30:00-04:00
  • 5-6 pm: Exhibition open
  • 6-7:30 pm: Film screening

Watch rarely screened short films by artists from Japan, China, Vietnam, and Taiwan. Enjoy exclusive after-hours access to the exhibition Time Frames: Contemporary East Asian Photography from 5-6 p.m., with opening remarks by the exhibition's curator, Frances Klapthor.

    View free screenings of:

  • Clown’s Revolution (Sun Xun, 2011)
    An animated film about a real island where a group of poets live in a Utopian society.

  • 10 Sec. (by Ryoichi Enomoto, 1973)
    An experimental film from Japan that dissects and reconstructs the nature of movement on film through the use of a 10-second sequence of a dancer.

  • Seven Intellectuals in a Bamboo Forest, Part I (by Yang Fudong, 2003)
    The work received high praise at the 2007 Venice Biennale. Shot on 35mm film and then transferred to DVD, the film poses questions about the dissonance between men and women, individuals and society, the past and present, and reality and an ideal world.

  • The Sound We See: A Hanoi City Symphony (2012/2013)
    The Sound We See uses analog filmmaking techniques to explore communal creative process and contemporary environments. Youth and multi-generational communities with little or no prior filmmaking experience worked with 16mm cameras to create a 24-hour cinematic journey with each hour of the day represented as one minute on film.

  • Oranda-jin no Shashin / Photograph of the Dutch (Isao Koda, 1976)
    Beginning with photographs of his own feet wading in a stream. Koda first establishes a labyrinthine 'photo within a photo' theme, then presents several variations involving speed, order, number of images, and color.

  • Lumiere (Tsuneo Nakai, 1971)
    A single shot of the sea, played with an synchronized soundtrack.

Watch rarely screened short films by artists from Japan, China, Vietnam, and Taiwan. Enjoy exclusive after-hours access to the exhibition Time Frames: Contemporary East Asian Photography from 5-6 p.m., with opening remarks by the exhibition's curator, Frances Klapthor.

SUN XUN. Clown's Revolution, 2011. 10 minutes. Single-channel animation. Edition of 6. © Sun Xun. Courtesy: the artist and Sean Kelly, New York

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