Re: Paul McCarty curates Stan VanDerBeek films at the Whitney as part of "FILM LIST" film series

From: Roger Beebe (email suppressed)
Date: Mon Jul 14 2008 - 12:20:30 PDT


Chrissie,

Do you have an exact link on the Whitney website for the upcoming
film programs? I searched around there for a few minutes today but
couldn't find a listing of anything other than the Vanderbeek. It
looks like an exciting program--perhaps worth a trip up from Florida--
but I want to make sure that I time my visit wisely.

Thanks much,
Roger

On Jul 11, 2008, at 5:25 PM, Chrissie Iles wrote:

> In conjunction with the Paul McCarthy exhibition 'Central-
> Symmetrical-Rotation-Movement' at the Whitney until October 11,
> featuring installations and rare early 16mm film loops by McCarthy,
> we have invited Paul McCarthy to curate a film series. 'Film List'
> will run from July 11 - September 21. Stan VanDerbeek's films will
> screen from today until Sunday July 20; schedule follows below.
> Please see the Whitney website for full details of the program
> after July 20, which includes films by Brakhage, Maria Lassnig,
> Valie Export, Kurt Kren, Morgan Fisher, Peter Kubelka and Jack
> Goldstein, amongst others.
> Chrissie
>
>
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Chrissie Iles, Curatorial <email suppressed>
> To: Chrissie Iles, Curatorial <email suppressed>
> Sent: Fri Jul 11 14:54:37 2008
> Subject: Stan VanDerBeek Whitney screenings
>
>
>
> THE FILMS OF STAN VANDERBEEK JULY 11 - 20
>
>
>
> DAILY Wed Sun, except Fridays (see end of schedule for special
> Friday schedule)
>
>
>
> 11am, 12.30pm, 2pm
>
> Vanderbeekiana
>
> What, Who, How (1957, 8 min)
>
> Science Friction (1959, 9 min)
>
> Ala Mode (1960, 5 min)
>
> Mankinda (1957, 10 min)
>
> Breathdeath (1964, 15 min)
>
> Poem Field no. 2, with Ken Knowlton (1966, 6 min)
>
> See, Saw, Seems (1967, 10 min)
>
> Panels for the Walls of the World (1967, 8 min)
>
> Oh (1968, 10 min)
>
> Symmetricks (1971, 7 min)
>
> Total running time: 88 min.
>
>
>
> 3.30pm
>
> Cold War Dreams
>
> Achoo Mr. Keroochev (1959, 1 min)
>
> Astral Man (1957, 2 min)
>
> Black and Whites, Days and Nights (1960, 5 min)
>
> Snapshots of the City (1961, 5 min)
>
> Skullduggery (1960, 5 min)
>
> Summit (1963, 12 min)
>
> Total running time: 31 min.
>
>
>
> 4pm
>
> Super-Imposition
>
> Wheels no. 1 (1958, 5 min)
>
> Wheels no. 2 (1959, 5 min)
>
> Dance of the Lonely Spoons (1959, 5 min)
>
> Found Film no. 1 (1968/70, 6min)
>
> The History of Motion in Motion (10 min)
>
> The Human Face is a Monument (9 min)
>
> Super-Imposition (1968, 17 min)
>
> Total running time: 41 min.
>
>
>
> 5pm
>
> Cybernetic Space
>
> Phenomenon no. 1 (1965, 7 min)
>
> Man and His World (1967, 1 min)
>
> Spherical Space no. 1 (1967, 5 min)
>
> Poem Field no. 1, with Ken Knowlton (1966, 4 min)
>
> Poem Field no. 7 with Ken Knowlton, soundtrack by John Cage (1968,
> 4 min)
>
> Will (1968, 4 min)
>
> Film Form no. 1 (1970, 10 min)
>
> Who Ho Ray No. 1 (1966-1972, 8 min)
>
> Total running time: 43 min.
>
>
>
> FRIDAYS
>
> 1pm 6pm VanDerBeekiana program
>
> 6 6.30pm Cold War Dreams program
>
> 6.30-7.30pm Super-Imposition program
>
> 7.30 8.30 Cybernetic Space program
>
>
>
>
>
>
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