April 11, 2019 - Comments Off on THE ORDER OF NATURE


François Ghebaly and LA Dance Project present a three part screening series curated by Andrea Franco.

At a moment when we have become aware of humanity’s negative impact on the earth, we also seem to be moving towards an understanding of nature as indivisible from us. Nature responds to us, to our connection with it, to how we interfere with it, and to the myths that surround it. The three part screening series reflects on our relationship with nature, the current state of the Anthropocene, and the psychic space shared between film and nature. The works offer distinctive ways to see and think about the world, and an opportunity to detach from the currently reality in order to connect to it in a renewed way.


Tuesday, April 23rd

Carolina Caycedo, This Is Not Water (2015) 5:20 min Salome Lamas, The Tower (2015) , 8 min Felipe Esparza, Soga de Muerto (2016), 8 min Malena Szlam , Altiplano (2017) 16 min Maya Watanabe, Stasis (2018) 13:30 min Beatriz Santiago Muñoz, Farmacopea (2013 ) 5:38 Lois Patiño, Estratos de la imagen (2015) 7 min Shanna Yates, A Healing of Place I (2019) 2:22 min

Total running time 65 min


Science Fiction

Tuesday, May 7th

Heather Trawick, Centre of the Cyclone (2015), 18 min Ana Vaz, Amazing Fantasy (2018) 2:38 min Sophia Al Maria, The Magical State (2017) 6:15 Karissa Hahn, Computer Sky and Self (2017) 1:30 min Fern Silva, Wayward Fronds (2014), 13 min Neil Beloufa, Kempinski (2007) 14 min

Total running time 55 min



Tuesday May 14th

James Benning, Proof (2019), 49 min

February 10, 2019 - Comments Off on Patrick Jackson at Frieze LA

Patrick Jackson at Frieze LA

Directly engaging the film-set site, multi-faceted artist Patrick Jackson utilizes the tools of the film trade to create a set within a set. Acknowledging the artifice of the situation, Alley on the Inside (2019)—a made-up psychological term referring to “the dark corners of the mind”—simulates a classic cinematic trope, the outdoor urban back alley, built inside an interior set. Deepening the uncanny atmosphere, several of Jackson’s large-scale wall reliefs, which the artist compares to ectoplasm, spirits pulled from the body and made solid, hang on the faux brick walls.

February 10, 2019 - Comments Off on Kelly Akashi 2019 Residencies

Kelly Akashi 2019 Residencies

Kelly Akashi will be an artist in residence at the Headlands Center for the Arts at Fort Barry in the Marin Headlands.  Akashi was also awarded the Carolyn Glasoe Bailey Foundation Art Prize, which includes an unrestricted grant, a residency in Ojai, and a solo exhibition at the Foundation currently slated to run from June to September of this year.