WHERE DO WE GO is part of CLICK FOR THE FLICKS, the online selection of the importantly Clermont-Ferrand International
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Films by VALIE EXPORT, Lisl Ponger, Kurt Kren, Peter Tscherkassky, Gustav
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September 21, 2018 - January 19, 2019 | MFA - McEvoy Foundation for the Arts | 1150 25 St, Building B, San Francisco, CA 94107
Seeing is a primary way of knowing. Yet our vision is limited to our biological capabilities and temporal position. Long-term environmental changes and the influence of technological interventions are difficult to apprehend from any present moment. Cinema can, however, unlock the potential to both transcend our experience and transform our habitat. It allows us to see in supernatural time spans and at scales unavailable to the naked eye. This technology of image-making reveals deeper aesthetic truths behind the vistas. Film can track visions of our natural and built environments over time to preserve landscapes for future viewers. A prescription for appreciating these complex ecologies can be distilled to: “Take only memories, leave only footprints.”
This MFA Screening Room program features video works by Jeroen Cluckers, Daniel Crooks, Siegfried A. Fruhauf, Tanja Geis, Conner Griffith, Laura Kraning, Lois Patiño, Sabrina Ratté, Jan van IJken, Jane Veeder, and Liam Young.
Take Only Memories, Leave Only Footprints is curated by Kathleen Maguire and Samuel Sharkey, Exploratorium, San Francisco. The program is presented in conjunction with No Time, MFA’s exhibition that explores human relationships to the natural world in the past, present, and future.
Phantom Ride Phantom traverses more than 100 years of avant-garde history in compressed form, and insinuates that the journey is, by no means, over. (Festival du nouveau cinéma Montreal)
Motion and stasis collide in a sensory assault of carefully controlled chaos which demands surrender to its ecstatic flow. Full of fearful, unstable symmetries, it's a brutal elegy to bygone technology, riding those glorious jagged edges where digital bleeds back into analogue. All aboard! (Neil Young, mubi.com)