McEvoy Arts Presents: New Labor Movements
Across four hourlong "movements," that run continuously in the gallery's Screening Room, the program navigates the philosophical, psychological, and emotional landscapes that manifest in the lives of slavery's descendants and those living in the aftermath of slavery's effects. The act of movement is a structurally fluid principle that informs bodily, communal, and societal actions and is shown to reveal the nuance of global political critique and a profound broadness of Black life across borders. Taking inspiration from the multi-sensorial, meditative qualities of 'Lessons,' the program sparks a dialogue amongst a gender diverse, intergenerational cohort of contemporary filmmakers that explores the creation of cinematic narrative and Black political history.
Featured artists: Garrett Bradley; Charlotte Brathwaite; Elegance Bratton; Terrance Daye; Adrien Gystere Peskine; Claudrena Harold; Lonnie Holley; Madeleine Hunt-Ehrlich; Onyeka Igwe; Jovan James; Kevin Jerome Everson; Mitch McCabe; Cyrus Moussavi; Darol Olu Kae; Eden Tinto Collins; and Morgan Quaintance.
"Movement I: Assembly" and "Movement II: Resistance/Selfhood" screen daily in 2020. Movements III and IV premiere in 2021.
McEvoy Arts' top priority is the heal
October 14, 2020 Start Time: 11:00 AM
March 13, 2021 End Time: 06:00 PM
McEvoy Foundation for the Arts 1150 25th St., Minnesota Street Project San Francisco, California 94107 United States
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