New Works Salon IXX

Saturday, March 22, 2014
Echo Park Film Center
New Works Salon IXX

This program is supported in part by grants from the Foundation for Contemporary Arts & the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts.

Kate Brown
BW 16mm, 10 minutes, b/w, silent.
Paintings under the camera. Work-in-progress.
X (2014) 3 minutes, Super 8, b/w, silent.
Boulevard (2014) 3 minutes, Super 8, b/w, silent.
Made for a recent performance at Machine Project, these movies expand on the film 4X3.

Penelope Uribe-Abee
Uncle Rene (2014) 3.5 minutes, Super 8, b/w, sound.
Uncle Rene is a film that follows my uncle around during the last half hour of his shift as a Janitor at UCLA. For the past 35 years or so, my Uncle has cleaned the Art building on campus. I study in the same buildings he cleans with such care.


Rick Bahto
excerpts from Concert (in-progress) 23 minutes, Super 8, color & b/w, silent.
An in-progress work comprised of performances done in my room, using materials at hand, and light. The film will ultimately be in four parts, but this video shows progress on only the first two: I. Suicide notes II. Shadowplay.

Micah Lexier
This One, That One (2013) variable duration, video, silent.
Premiered as part of a survey exhibition of
Micah Lexier’s work at the Power Plant in Toronto in 2013, this work explores the concepts of collecting and ordering that ran throughout the exhibition, using a collection of found materials. Micah Lexier is a Canadian artist and curator, living and working in Toronto.