Video (11:54): Witch’s Cradle (1943) by Maya Deren (1917-1961) is an experimental short film, written and directed by Maya Deren with Marcel Duchamp. This version of the short film has a soundtrack, though Maya Deren wanted her films to be silent.
Video (9:28): Texas-based queer artist Liss LaFleur provides insight into her exhibition Don’t Worry Baby.
Video (2:49): A video tour of ‘Don’t Worry Baby’ by Liss LaFleur. It is her second solo exhibition with Galleri Urbane, Dallas, Texas, USA.
Video (4:33): short film about Pauline Boudry / Renate Lorenz – Silent Manifesto at Kunstraum Innsbruck, 16.12.2021-26.02.2022. Curated by Ivana Marjanović.
Video (16:45): Gloria’s Call (2018) by Cheri Gaulke. In 1971, graduate student Gloria Orenstein receives a call from Surrealist artist Leonora Carrington that sparks a lifelong journey into art, ecofeminism and shamanism…
Video (4:08): teaser about HOPE & FEAR, a three-panel video installation by Charlotte Haslund-Christensen. The video work is on display as a part of the exhibition ‘This World is White No Longer’ at Museum der Moderne in Salzburg 24th April – 10th October 2021.
Viewers are invited to watch films on their own before joining guest presenters online for an interactive discussion. The curators are Adam Baran and Heather Lynn Johnson. The presenters are: Gavilán Rayna Russom, Baseera Khan, Deborah Bright and Nayland Blake
MICHELLE HANDELMAN is a filmmaker, visual artist and writer who makes confrontational works about sexuality, gender and desire. Her film BLOODSISTERS (1995) captures the gender nonconformity of the queer SMS scene and queer outlaws in a DIY fashion, just like the activism of the era.
Video (2:21): The trailer of the film BLOODSISTERS LEATHER, DYKES AND SADOMASOCHISM. Queer artist Michelle Handelman’s ground-breaking documentary on the San Francisco leather dyke scene is as vital as ever.
Video (1:37:53): In her masterclass at the Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema in Montreal, Canada, German filmmaker and multimedia artst Ulrike Ottinger presents excerpt of her film ‘Joan of Arc of Mongolia’ (1989) and answers questions.
Video (22:30): Teddy Award Interview with filmmaker Ulrike Ottinger who is the 2020 Teddy Award nominee for the Best Documentary Film with her film ‘Paris Calligrammes’ (2020).
Video (20:37): The Boy Mechanic San Diego, video installation by Kaucyila Brooke. This video documents one part of a multiple city historical archive about the history of lesbian bars.
Video (10:05): Mark Levengood talking with Andrea Reuter, Zaida Bergroth and Catharina Nyqvist-Ernrooth about the new feature film TOVE.
Video (13:43): this video provides you with an exhibition walk through and interviews with artist Shu Lea Cheang and curator Paul B. Preciado. In this exhibition Shu Lea Cheang worked with the political and architectural history of the exhibition space.
Film screening in New York of GHOST IN THE SHELL, 1995. 82 min. Directed by Mamoru Oshii. the programme is curated by Vivian Crockett, Camilo Godoy and Carlos Motta.
Istanbul Biennal: Suspended (September 6 and November 2, 2019) by Iz Oztat includes a collaborative video work created by Iz Oztat and Ann Antidote.
DYKES, CAMERA, ACTION!
Documentary, directed by Caroline Berler, USA, 2018.
Distribution : The Film Collaborative.
The herstory of queer cinema from the women who made it happen.
KuirFest Berlin presents ‘Rebelling ‘the History’: Queer Feminist Her*stories’, short film selection, Thursday, 30 May, 2019 at 19:30.
Video (24:18): As part of the Guggenheim’s Conserving Computer-Based Art (CCBA) initiative, the Guggenheim’s Conservation Department unveiled a major restoration of Shu Lea Cheang’s seminal web artwork “Brandon” (1998–99) in April 2017.
This year Queer|Art is pleased to announce that the grant has increased to $6,000. Applications are open now and closes on July 17, 2019.