It’s an Interlace: Five Videos by Barbara Hammer
Location: Bartos Screening Room
Introduced by Karl McCool, Electronic Arts Intermix
“From her first experiment with the Sony Portapak (in conjunction with media artist Max Almy) to the multi-layered autobiographical exercise that helped her through chemotherapy, pioneering lesbian feminist filmmaker Barbara Hammer has expanded her visual vocabulary beyond her extensive work with celluloid to actively employ the immediacy of video production for over 40 years. Haptics, lesbian sensuality, playfulness, collaboration, and illness, all thematically present throughout her career, are encapsulated here in a brief overview of Hammer’s analog and digital output.”—KJ Relth and Mark Toscano
Total running time: 84 mins. All titles courtesy of Electronic Arts Intermix.
Superdyke Meets Madame X
Dirs. Barbara Hammer, Max Almy. 1976, 20 mins. Digital projection, b/w.
Snow Job: The Media Hysteria of AIDS
Dir. Barbara Hammer. 1986, 8 mins. Digital projection, color.
Would You Like to Meet Your Neighbor? A New York Subway Tape
Dir. Barbara Hammer. 1985, 13 mins. Digital projection, color.
Two Bad Daughters
Dirs. Barbara Hammer, Paula Levine. 1988, 13 mins. Digital projection, color.
A Horse Is Not a Metaphor
Dir. Barbara Hammer. 2008, 30 mins. Digital projection, color.
Tickets: $15 ($11 seniors and students / $9 youth (ages 3–17) / free for children under 3 and Museum members at the Film Lover and Kids Premium levels and above). Order tickets online. Click here to purchase $35 series pass(good for one admission to all Barbara Hammer screenings). (Members may contact [email protected] with questions regarding online reservations.)
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