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Juliana Huxtable: An Interview
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Juliana Huxtable was born in Texas and studied at Bard College, NY. An artist working across video, photography, poetry, and music, her practice demands a reexamination of the canon of art history in order to break the cycle of misrepresentation...

 

Collection: New Releases, On Art and Artists, Single Titles

Tags: african-american, body, feminism, lgbtq, transgender

Videofreex, The Jerusalem Tapes
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In 1971 the curator Allon Schoerner was commissioned by Hasassah, a Jewish women’s organization, to create an exhibition about Jerusalem for the Jewish Museum in New York City.  As part of this endeavor, three artists were sent overseas to...

 

Collection: New Releases, Videofreex Archive

Tags: documentation, expedition/travel, history, jewish, middle east, religion/spirituality, travel

2011 | 15:00
Ephraim Asili "Forged Ways"
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The Diaspora Suite

Filmed on location in Harlem (NY) and Ethiopia, Forged Ways oscillates between the first person account of a filmmaker, a man navigating the streets of Harlem, and the day to day life...

 

Collection: New Releases, Single Titles

Tags: african-american, city, expedition/travel, experimental film

Ephraim Asili "Many Thousands Gone"
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The Diaspora Suite

Filmed on location in Salvador, Brazil (the last city in the Western Hemisphere to outlaw slavery) and Harlem, NY ( an international stronghold of the African Diaspora), Many Thousands Gone...

 

Collection: New Releases, Single Titles

Tags: african-american, experimental film, memory, migration, music, post-colonialism, race

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