Works by Coleen Fitzgibbon; Curated by Josh Guilford.
Featuring an exhibition of digital prints and journal drawings of modern living spanning 2014-15, and an opening-night screening including structural, text, and diary films produced between 1972-2012.
Opening Reception and Screening
Friday, March 20th at 7:30 pm
(Exhibition through April 7th)
Charles S. Cohen Screening Room and Gallery
475 Park Ave South, 6th Floor
Admission: $10 Suggested Donation
Trip to Carolee
(1973/2011), Super 8mm film on digital video
Still images of things passing; a diary between city and country. Marjorie Keller and Coleen Fitzgibbon drive to Carolee Schneemann’s to feed Kitsch.
(1975/2011), 16mm film on digital video
Micro text film of selections from the English dictionary (contemplation: the yellow notebook and blade-less knife handle were missing when the blue car impacted the red car).
The destruction of cinematic imagery and sound, which allows for the release of subliminal thought.
(1972/2015), 8mm film on digital video
Excerpts of 1972 diary films, short clips from the early 1970s.
The internal workings of a camera.
Document (Public Records)
(1976/2011), 16mm on digital video
Text film of private documents.
(2012), digital video
iPhone beach movie.
This project is made possible in part with public funds from NYSCA’s’ Electronic Media and Film Presentation Funds grant program, administered by The ARTS Council of the Southern Finger Lakes.