Hollis Frampton (1936–1984) was one of the most important experimental filmmakers and theorists of his time.
Tag: Melissa Ragona
The panel is moderated by Eva Respini, Chief Curator at ICA/Boston and features curators and artist in “Density’s Glitch.”
Density’s Glitch presents “a range of sensuous and defiant magik,” examining iterations of embodiment as a liminal realm.
Ragona argues that the focus on Mekas’ intimate forms of cinema has evaded the importance of his conceptual approaches to music, sound, and language.
Ragona’s essay examines the central position the medium of sound played in the work of the artist Carolee Schneemann.
Ragona will curate an exhibition of work by Alina Bliumis titled “The Camouflage of Laughter” for the Spring/ Break Art Show.
The conversation includes a focus on on the work of the Italian-born, self-taught artist, Carol Rama.
Anthony Hawley writes, “This presentation takes a deep dive into the many dimensions of the flesh in 2021.”
The artists in this panel will discuss the space in their work that attempts to wrestle with the tension between figure and abstract object, between foreground and background, between density and weightlessness
The works in “Density Betrays Us” conflate figure and ground, individual and mass, weight and weightlessness, and visual and non-visual elements and events.