From: Henriette Huldisch (email suppressed)
Date: Thu Feb 16 2006 - 12:50:46 PST
2006 WHITNEY BIENNIAL: DAY FOR NIGHT
FILM, VIDEO, AND PERFORMANCE PROGRAM
FILM INSTALLATION: CAMERON JAMIE
March 5, March 26, April 9, May 20 28 11 am 6 pm
Wednesday Thursday 11 am 6 pm
Fridays 1 9 pm unless otherwise noted
Saturday-Sunday 11 am 1:30 pm
Kranky Klaus, 2002-3; 26:10 min. Soundtrack by the Melvins
Commissioned and produced by Artangel, London; courtesy Artangel, London
Saturday, March 4
Sunday, May 14
FILMS WITH MUSIC FROM CHINA HAITI JAMAICA NORTH AMERICA
Organized by Mathias Poledna in conjunction with his film installation Version on view in the exhibition.
Maya Deren, Meditation on Violence, 1948; 13 min.
Mathias Poledna, Sufferers' Version, 2004; 6:20 min.
Two programs of films organized by Christopher Williams.
Otto Mühl, Grimuid, 1967; 13 min.
Joris Ivens, De Brug (The Bridge), 1928; 11 min.
Harun Farocki, Ein Bild (An Image), 1983; 25 min.
Peter Kubelka, Arnulf Rainer, 1958-60; 6:30 min.
David Lamelas, A Study of Relationships between Inner and Outer Space, 1969; 20 min.
Yves Allégret and Eli Lotar, Ténériffe, 1932. 35mm film; 20 min.
Jean Painlevé, Les Amours de la pieuvre (The Love Life of the Octopus), 1965; 13 min.
Jean Rouch, Les Maîtres fous (Mad Masters), 1955; 36 min.
Morgan Fisher, Picture and Sound Rushes, 1973; 11 min.
Otto Mühl, Grimuid, 1967. 16mm film; 13 min.
Carl Theodor Dreyer, Storstrømsbroen (The Storstrom Bridge), 1950; 7 min.
Tony Conrad, The Flicker, 1966; 30 min.
Joris Ivens, A Valparaiso, 1963; 37 min.
Peter Kubelka, Unsere Afrikareise (Our Trip to Africa), 1961-66; 12:30 min.
John Baldessari, Ice Cubes Sliding, 1974; 3 min.
Luis Buñuel, Las Hurdes, tierra sin pan (Land Without Bread), 1932; 27 min.
PROGRAM 2: THROUGH A GLASS DARKLY
Saturday, March 11
2 pm, 4 pm
Steven Parrino, NECROPOLIS (THE LUCIFER CRANK) for ANGER, 2004; 27 min. Camera: Amy Granat and Larry 7
Jutta Koether and Stephen Parrino, Electrophilia, 2002; 30 min.
Recorded live at Manhattan Avenue, Brooklyn, New York, summer of 2002
Jutta Koether, Holler Holler Coler and Electrophilia, 2003; 35 min.
Recorded live at Greene Naftali Gallery, March 2003
PROGRAM 3: VARIETIES OF SLOW
Sunday, March 12
Saturday, May 6
11:30 am 6 pm
Varieties of Slow, 2005; duration variable. Courtesy Public Opinion Laboratory, New York
Piano and String Quartet Piano and String Quartet, 2004; duration variable
Okkyung Duet, 2004 05. Live film and music performance. 5 pm, May 6 only.
PROGRAM 4: IRA COHEN
Friday, March 17
Friday, May 12
Poet, photographer, and filmmaker Ira Cohen reads from his work, along with a special screening of his psychedelic film The Invasion of Thunderbolt Pagoda (1968).
PROGRAM 5: EXPERIMENTAL I
Saturday, March 18
Sunday, April 23
WVLNT (Wavelength for Those Who Don't Have the Time. Originally 45 Minutes, Now 15!), 1966-67/2003; 15 min.
SSHTOORRTY, 2005; 20 min.
Jeanne Liotta, Eclipse, 2005; 3:30 min. Sound by BDF.
Jours en fleurs, 2003; 4:30 min.
L'éclat du mal/The Bleeding Heart of It, 2005; 8 min.
nostalgia (april 2001 to present), 2005; 4 min.
the distance between here and there, 2005; 7:30 min.
buffalo lifts, 2004; 3 min.
Martha Colburn, Cosmetic Emergency, 2005; 8 min.
David Gatten, The Great Art of Knowing, 2004; 37 min.
Lewis Klahr, The Two Minutes to Zero Trilogy, 2003-04
Two Days to Zero, 2004; 23 min.
Two Hours to Zero, 2004; 9 min.
Two Minutes to Zero, 2003; 1 min. Music by Glenn Branca from The Ascension (1981)
PROGRAM 6: EXPERIMENTAL II
Sunday, March 19
Saturday, April 8
WITH A LITTLE HELP FROM MY FRIENDS
Not Afraid of Bob, 2003; 8 sec.
Winners, 2003; 38 sec.
Hey/What, 2003; 30 sec.
Mickey Mouse Ears, 2003; 36 sec.
A Time to Die, 2005; 8 min.
Doppelganger Part 1, 2005; approx. 15 min.
Tony Conrad with Joe Gibbons and Louise Bourque, The Producer, 2005; 17 min.
Marie Losier, The Ontological Cowboy, 2005; 13 min.
13 Lakes, 2005; 135 min.
One Way Boogie Woogie/27 Years Later, 1978/2005; 121 min.
*There will be a 15-minute intermission between the two films.
PROGRAM 7: POLITICS I
Saturday, March 25
Sunday, May 7
PICTURES FROM AFGHANISTAN
Dominic Angerame, Anaconda Targets, 2004; 12 min.
Siddiq Barmak, Osama, 2003; 83 min.
Studio Film Club presents Barmak's Osama, the first feature film made in post-Taliban Afghanistan.
*See below (April 15-16) for further Studio Film Club screenings.
THE TIME WE KILLED
Jennifer Reeves, The Time We Killed, 2004; 94 min.
PROGRAM 8: TAYLOR MEAD
Saturday, April 1
Sunday, April 30
Actor, poet, and Warhol film legend Mead reads poetry live. The program also includes the documentary Excavating Taylor Mead (2005) by William A. Kirkley.
PROGRAM 9: POLITICS II Sunday, April 2
Saturday, April 29
THIS LAND IS YOUR LAND
Lori Cheatle and Daisy Wright, This Land Is Your Land, 2004; 87 min.
George Butler, Going Upriver: The Long War of John Kerry, 2004; 89 min.
PROGRAM 10: STUDIO FILM CLUB I
Saturday, April 15
A selection of features from Peter Doig and Che Lovelace's film series screened in Doig's Trinidad studio.
Geoffrey Dunn and Michael Horne, Calypso Dreams, 2003; 120 min.
Abbas Kiarostami, The Taste of Cherry, 1997; 98 min.
PROGRAM 11: STUDIO FILM CLUB II
Sunday, April 16
Peter Chelkowski, Carnival Roots, 2003; 90 min.
Bud Smith, The Esso Trinidad Steelband, 1971; 25 min Produced by Van Dyke Parks and Durrie Parks.
Christopher Laird and Nii Bampoe Addo, Crossing Over, 1988; 58 min.
Saturday, April 22
Saturday, May 13
Mouse Heaven, 2005; 10 min.
Lucifer Rising, 1980; 30 min.
Invocation of My Demon Brother, 1969; 11 min.
Jimmie Durham, La Poursuite du bonheur (The Pursuit of Happiness), 2003; 13 min.
Bernadette Corporation, Pedestrian Cinema, 2006; approx. 60 min.
THE UNRELIABLE TOUR GUIDE
Each day of the exhibition, the artist Momus will appear at random times, in random locations, to offer improvisational tours.
Sunday, March 26, Saturday, April 29, Sunday, May 21 1 4pm
Revisiting a body of work from the 1970s, Conrad is on site to pickle film for his installation (P (RE (SERVE))) (2006) on view in the exhibition.
*Please consult Museum signage for the performance location.
LIVE PERFORMANCE AT SYMPHONY SPACE
CAMERON JAMIE, THE MELVINS, AND KEIJI HAINO
Wednesday, May 17 at 8 pm
Post-punk band the Melvins play a live score to Jamie's films Kranky Klaus/BB/Spook House, avant-garde musician Keiji Haino performs to Jamie's most recent film, JO.
The performance takes place at Symphony Space, located at 2537 Broadway at 95th Street. Tickets and information at www.symphonyspace.org. Presented in conjunction with the 2006 Biennial.
All programs take place in the Kaufman Astoria Studios Film & Video Gallery, Floor 2, unless otherwise noted.
Please note that the program information may be subject to change. Visit our website, www.whitney.org, for updates.
Screenings are free with Museum admission: $6 admission for a one-day pass to the Kaufman Astoria Studios Film & Video Gallery only. Purchase tickets at the Museum admission desk, same-day tickets only. Space is available on a first-come, first-served basis.
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