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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

Pizzly Bear
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In imaginary landscapes where trees talk and frogs turn to handsome princes, Pizzly Bear is a story of a cross between a Grizzly and Polar Bear. Like in so many fables, the story is based in fact and this small animal is an archetypal...

 

Collection: New Releases, Single Titles

Tags: animals, environment

Ming Wong: An Interview
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Ming Wong creates videos that explore performance and issues of race and gender. Born in Singapore, of Chinese heritage and now based in Berlin, his work examines cross-cultural experiences by appropriating scenes of iconic world cinema. Wong...

 

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

Tags: art history, autobiography, body, experimental film, film theory, gender, hollywood, interview, language, lgbtq, performance, post-colonialism, sexuality, vdb interviews

Sky Hopinka "Venite et Loquamur"
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A group of students and teachers gather in an historical mansion in the woods of West Virginia for a week-long retreat in spoken Latin. I observe and I participate while navigating the errata with my camera.
— Sky Hopinka

 

Collection: New Releases, Single Titles

Tags: landscape, language

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