I’m heading back to Marfa in May to introduce Pasolini’s Medea and James Bennings’s RR at CineMarfa. I’ll also be taking part in a conversation with Zoe Leonard about her piece 100 North Nevill Street, which is on view now at the Chinati Foundation.Above: Still from Medea (Pier Paolo Pasolini, 35mm, 1969, 110 mins)

I’m heading back to Marfa in May to introduce Pasolini’s Medea and James Bennings’s RR at CineMarfa. I’ll also be taking part in a conversation with Zoe Leonard about her piece 100 North Nevill Street, which is on view now at the Chinati Foundation.

Above: Still from Medea (Pier Paolo Pasolini, 35mm, 1969, 110 mins)

Jeanne Dielman and She-Devil, together at last: Nellie Killian and I organized a series at BAM about the women’s revenge film. Above: Still from The Heiress (William Wyler, 35mm, 1949, 115 mins)

Jeanne Dielman and She-Devil, together at last: Nellie Killian and I organized a series at BAM about the women’s revenge film.

Above: Still from The Heiress (William Wyler, 35mm, 1949, 115 mins)

The good folks at YU in Portland invited me to speak about Alain Resnais’s The Song of Styrene and John Smith’s Slow Glass as part of their show The Devil, Probably.Above: Still from Slow Glass (John Smith, 16mm, 1991, 40 mins)

The good folks at YU in Portland invited me to speak about Alain Resnais’s The Song of Styrene and John Smith’s Slow Glass as part of their show The Devil, Probably.

Above: Still from Slow Glass (John Smith, 16mm, 1991, 40 mins)

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Paul Chan Untitled Poster for Susan Sontag’s Promised Lands, 2010 Screenprint 27 x 41 inches Signed Edition of 100 $200 Available here. All proceeds from the sale of this edition will directly support the activities of Light Industry and The Film Desk. For more information, please email information@lightindustry.org.

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Paul Chan
Untitled Poster for Susan Sontag’s Promised Lands, 2010
Screenprint
27 x 41 inches
Signed Edition of 100
$200

Available here.

All proceeds from the sale of this edition will directly support the activities of Light Industry and The Film Desk.

For more information, please email information@lightindustry.org.

I wrote about Shirley Clarke’s Portrait of Jason for the November issue of Artforum.

I wrote about Shirley Clarke’s Portrait of Jason for the November issue of Artforum.

Message to Man, a festival in St. Petersburg which opens tonight, invited me to present a variation of the Unfinished Film show I organized for Gladstone Gallery in 2011. The Russian edition will be a series of five screenings: Sergei Eisenstein’s Qué viva México!, Kenneth Anger’s Puce Moment with Erich von Stroheim Queen Kelly, Albert and David Maysles’s Orson Welles in Spain with Pier Paolo Pasolini’s Notes on an African Orestes, the first three episodes of Leslie Thornton’s Peggy and Fred in Hell with fragments of Maya Deren’s Haiti footage, and selections from Hollis Frampton’s Magellan with David Gatten’s The Great Art of Knowing.

Message to Man, a festival in St. Petersburg which opens tonight, invited me to present a variation of the Unfinished Film show I organized for Gladstone Gallery in 2011. The Russian edition will be a series of five screenings: Sergei Eisenstein’s Qué viva México!, Kenneth Anger’s Puce Moment with Erich von Stroheim Queen Kelly, Albert and David Maysles’s Orson Welles in Spain with Pier Paolo Pasolini’s Notes on an African Orestes, the first three episodes of Leslie Thornton’s Peggy and Fred in Hell with fragments of Maya Deren’s Haiti footage, and selections from Hollis Frampton’s Magellan with David Gatten’s The Great Art of Knowing.

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Drew a small portrait of the Light Industry guys for the New Yorker.

dadushin:

Drew a small portrait of the Light Industry guys for the New Yorker.

I wrote the liner notes for Criterion’s new reissue of Medium Cool.

I wrote the liner notes for Criterion’s new reissue of Medium Cool.

Philippe-Alain Michaud, P. Adams Sitney, and I are going to talk about materiality and experimental cinema at the Pompidou in June as part of Selon Yve-Alain Bois. We’ll be showing films by Stan Brakhage, Su Friedrich, and Luther Price.  Above: Still from Gently Down the Stream (Su Friedrich, 16mm, 1981, 13 mins)

Philippe-Alain Michaud, P. Adams Sitney, and I are going to talk about materiality and experimental cinema at the Pompidou in June as part of Selon Yve-Alain Bois. We’ll be showing films by Stan Brakhage, Su Friedrich, and Luther Price.

Above: Still from Gently Down the Stream (Su Friedrich, 16mm, 1981, 13 mins)