Diane Bonder's screening May 13th & 17th at MOMA!!

From: shelly silver (email suppressed)
Date: Sat May 06 2006 - 11:57:18 PDT

dear all:
for those in the nyc area, a wonderful screening to go to:

Diane Bonder: You Are Not from Here
May 13 & 17, 2006

Diane Bonder's poetic semi-narrative and documentary film and media
works explore themes of identity. This exhibition spans ten years of
the Brooklyn-based artist's Super-8, 16mm, and video work. Bonders
shooting and editing style intimately marks the passage of time and
poetically engages the viewer. Each theme is presented within a
social and philosophical framework, coupled with compassion, subtle
humor, and intelligence.

Organized by Sally Berger, Assistant Curator, Department of Film and Media.

Dear Mom. 1996. USA. A girl's identity is examined in relation to her
powerful mother, a matriarchal family, and domestic fantasies. 13 min.
If. 2000. USA. The confines of a room and the objects in it represent
a missing lover. 12 min.
If You Lived Here, You'd Be Home by Now. 2001. USA. Rural American
landscapes and newspaper stories reflect the struggle over privacy,
public space, and property. 15 min.

Closer to Heaven. 2003. USA.Urban ghosts collide; abandoned
umbrellas tumble down the streets, my father calls again and again to
say good-bye. (Bonder). 15 min.
You Are Not from Here. 2005. USA. The meaning we project on the
environment is explored through the disappearing vernacular
landscape. 10 min.
I Remember Now, We Never Danced, I Miss You, Good-bye. 2006. USA.
Everyday movement, woven into a dance of memory and loss. 8 min.
Program 73 min.
Saturday, May 13, 6:30 (introduced by Bonder); Wednesday, May 17, 6:00. T2

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