Urban Video Project, Light Work and the Everson Museum of Art are pleased to present a group show of new video work in which forces of desire both personal and political and forces of nature traverse the land with a heavy tread, describing the borders of contested territories and propagating strange ecologies.
Friday, April 26 7pm: special screening program in the Everson’s Hosmer Auditorium
Friday, April 26 8:30pm: outdoor reception in the Everson plaza
Gouwane by Sayler/Morris with Evan Paschke for the Canary Project
Landscape Studies: New Mexico by Mariam Ghani
We Began by Measuring Distance by Basma Alsharif
Circle in the Sand by Michael Robinson
There There Square by Jacqueline Goss
The indoor screening on Friday, April 26 will include additional work by Michael Robinson and Geoffrey Pugen.
Catering for the reception will be provided by Recess Coffee. As with all UVP events, the screening & reception will be FREE & OPEN to the public.
View the curatorial statement by Anneka Herre.
View more information on the Screening & Reception
This exhibition was supported by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.