Performance: TNMOT AZTRO - EQUATORS

EQUATORS is a solo dance

Saturday10.13.2018
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SATURDAY NIGHT SHOWING

$8 members, $10 non-members
Performance: TNMOT AZTRO - EQUATORS

EQUATORS is a solo dance

Saturday10.13.2018
Doors at: 

SATURDAY SHOWING

$8 members, $10 non-members

SPACE Gallery is pleased to present a short screening and artist talk by 2018 Artist-in-Residence, Mitch McCabe.

While in residence at SPACE, McCabe will be working on a series of new films currently titled Pre-War Surveillance Notes, whose sourse material is culled from 20 years of filming across America. In discussing her current body of work, the filmmaker will screen clips of previous films with themes ranging from sexual identity, consumerism, grief and class to the failings of taxonomy.

Friday08.17.2018

Madeline got the part! She’s going to play the lead in a theater piece! Except the lead wears sweatpants like Madeline’s. And has a cat like Madeline’s. And is holding a steaming hot iron next to her mother’s face – like Madeline is.

Wednesday09.12.2018
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Doors open at 6:30pm

$8
$6 for SPACE Members and Students w/ ID
Performance: TNMOT AZTRO - EQUATORS

EQUATORS is a solo dance

Friday10.12.2018
Doors at: 

FRIDAY NIGHT SHOWING

*Artist talk will follow after the performance*

 

WARNING: THIS PRODUCTION CONTAINS FLASHING LIGHTS AND LOUD MUSIC AND MAY NOT BE SUITABLE FOR ALL AUDIENCES.

$8 members, $10 non-members

An inspired and intimate portrait of a place and its people, HALE COUNTY THIS MORNING, THIS EVENING looks at the lives of Daniel Collins and Quincy Bryant, two young African American men from rural Hale County, Alabama, over the course of five years. Collins attends college in search of opportunity while Bryant becomes a father to an energetic son in an open-ended, poetic form that privileges the patiently observed interstices of their lives.

Tuesday10.23.2018
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Doors open at 6:30pm

$8
$6 for SPACE Members and Students w/ ID

An immersive and enthralling journey through the Sonoran Desert on the U.S.-Mexico border, EL MAR LA MAR weaves together harrowing oral histories from the area with hand-processed 16mm images of flora, fauna and items left behind by travelers. Subjects speak of intense, mythic experiences in the desert: A man tells of a fifteen-foot-tall monster said to haunt the region, while a border patrolman spins a similarly bizarre tale of man versus beast.

Sunday11.04.2018
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Doors open at 6:30pm

$8
$6 for SPACE Members and Students w/ ID

The HUMP! Film Festival has been bringing audiences a new kind of porn since 2005. The festival features short dirty movies—each less than five minutes—all created by people who aren’t porn stars but want to be one for a weekend. The filmmakers and stars show us what they think is hot and sexy, creative and kinky, their ultimate turn-ons and their craziest fantasies.

Friday09.28.2018
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Doors open half hour before each screening time.

$20 in advance / $25 at the door
Film: BLACK MOTHER

Part film, part baptism, in BLACK MOTHER director Khalik Allah brings us on a spiritual exploration through Jamaica. Soaking up its bustling metropolises and tranquil countryside, Allah introduces us to a succession of vividly rendered souls who call this island home. Their candid testimonies create a polyphonic symphony, set against a visual prayer of indelible portraiture.

Sunday09.16.2018
$8
$6 for SPACE Members and Students w/ ID

Josephine Meckseper is a German-born, New York-based artist. She uses commercial forms of presentation to demonstrate inextricable influences of consumer culture on society.

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