"Heterotopias" at BRIC Rotunda Gallery (2/3)/ Kenneth Anger, James Schneider, Liliana Porter

From: Jason Fox (email suppressed)
Date: Tue Feb 02 2010 - 08:07:00 PST

In conjunction with the current exhibition *The No
*at BRIC Rotunda Gallery, the gallery is presenting
*a screening of short videos and films by Kenneth Anger, Liliana Porter, and
James Schneider.
Wednesday, February 3, 7 pm
BRIC Rotunda Gallery*
33 Clinton St., Brooklyn Heights, 11201

*James June Schneider*
*Faerie-Monition*, 1993 (8 min, color, 16mm)
* Oasis*, 1995 (10 min, color, 16mm)
*From the Dystopian Trilogy*
*Kenneth Anger*
*Mouse Heaven*, 2004 (10 min, video)
*Liliana Porter*
*Matinee*, 2009 (21 min, video)**

Kenneth Anger
Born in 1927 in Santa Monica, California, Anger has been creating films
since the 1940s beginning with Who Has Been Rocking My Dreamboat (1941).
Anger’s six-decade oeuvre includes most notably Fireworks (1947), Puce
Moment (1949), Eaux d'artifice (1953), Inauguration of the Pleasure Dome
(1954-66), Scorpio Rising (1963), Kustom Kar Kommandos (1965), Invocation of
My Demon Brother (1969), Lucifer Rising (1970-81), Rabbit's Moon (1950-79),
Mouse Heaven (2004), Elliot’s SuicideIch Will! (2008), and Foreplay (2008).
He also performs as Technicolor Skull with Brian Butler.

Liliana Porter
Born in 1941 in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Porter has lived in New York since
1964. She works in many different mediums including printmaking, painting,
installation, photography, film, and video. Since 1991 she has been a
professor at Queens College, City University of New York. Porter's gallery
representation includes Annina Nosei Gallery, New York, NY; Hosfelt Gallery,
San Francisco and New York; Sicardi Gallery, Houston, TX; Galería Ruth
Benzacar, Buenos Aires, Argentina; Galería Brito-Cimino, S. Paulo, Brazil;
and Galería Espacio Mínimo, Madrid, Spain. Additionally, Porter is
represented in national and international public collections.

James Schneider
Born in Washington D.C., Schneider lives in Paris, France as a filmmaker,
video performer, writer, and curator/programmer. He wrote and directed THE
STATICOSE CHAMBER, BLUE IS BEAUTIFUL (with DC's punk-gospel group The
Make-Up) and the sci-fi tone poem feature 1,2,3, WHITEOUT among others. He
is an advocate of video/audio-sampling, a form of live cinema which he
performs as MATTERLINK. Schneider has collaborated with musicians,
activists, and Trade Unions as a filmmaker and via live projections, music
videos, and sensory audio-visual experiments.

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