On Saturday, March. 23, ATA Gallery’s OTHER CINEMA concludes its Psycho-Geography triptych with a focus on the American West: Four premieres, all in fact by women: Kathryn Ramey’s 16mm West: What I Know About Her retraces Elizabeth Crandall Perry’s 19th Century expedition to the Northwest. Her experimental approach rhymes with that of Marcy Saude, whose Sangre de Cristo explores the rich cultural terrain around that famous New Mexican range.
Oregonian Vanessa Renwick arrives IN PERSON to debut her Portland Meadows, an assiduously observed essay on that eponymous racetrack, and Brigid McCaffrey delivers AM/PM, a curious engagement with a displaced gold miner.
PLUS Bill Daniel’s History of Texas City, Greta Snider’s Urine Man, and Steve McQueen’s Bullitt production-short(!).
Consummating cross-platform: The Jackie-O Motherfucker musical ensemble engages in a sublime sound interchange with multiple 16mm film projections, including the banned section of David Wojnarowicz’ own Mexican travelog, Fire in My Belly.
Added to the calendar on Sunday Mar 17th, 2013 2:51 PM