December 14, 2020 - Artist Cinemas - Here is where we are
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December 14, 2020

Artist Cinemas

(1) Liesel Burisch, Gorilla Milk, 2020. (2) Nashashibi/Skaer, Lamb, 2015. (3) Pia Östlund, Paradise Field (Flowers and), 2020. (4) IGabriel Abrantes, Birds, 2012. (5) Stephanie Comilang, Lumapit Sa Akin, Paraiso, 2016. (6) Emily Wardill, I gave my love a cherry that had no stone, 2016

Here is where we are
Last day repeat screenings

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Join us on e-flux Video & Film for a repeat screening of the films in Here is where we are, a six-part program of films and interviews put together by artist Laure Prouvost as the fourth edition of the online series Artist Cinemas.

Here is where we are has featured films by Gabriel Abrantes, Liesel BurischStephanie ComilangNashashibi/SkaerPia Östlund, and Emily Wardill; and interviews with the filmmakers and texts by Menna Agha, Mirene Arsanios​Liesel BurischUrsula K. Le GuinRaimundas Malašauskas, and Laure Prouvost.

For the program's last day, all films featured in the program will be available again for 24 hours on Monday, December 14 from 12am till 11:59pm EST. 

Stay tuned to e-flux Video & Film for a new edition of Artist Cinemas in the new year, convened by artist Kader Attia.

Artist Cinemas presents Here is where we are 
Repeat screenings on Monday, December 14, 12am–11:59pm EST

Liesel Burisch, Gorilla Milk, 2020
9:57 minutes
With an excerpt from Liesel Burisch's Queer Nursing, 2020

Nashashibi/Skaer, Lamb, 2015
6:19 minutes
With an excerpt from Ursula K. Le Guin's “The Silence of the Asonu,” 1998

Pia Östlund, Paradise Field (Flowers and), 2020 
4:35 minutes
With a conversation between Pia Östlund and Laure Prouvost

Gabriel Abrantes, Birds, 2012
18 minutes
With a conversation between Gabriel Abrantes and Mirene Arsanios

Stephanie Comilang, Lumapit Sa Akin, Paraiso, 2016
25:46 minutes
With a conversation between Stephanie Comilang and Menna Agha

Emily Wardill, I gave my love a cherry that had no stone, 2016
8 minutes
With a conversation between Emily Wardill and Raimundas Malašauskas

About the program    
Here is where we are highlights a variety of ways of representing the real across the realms of the living. How do we—humans. animals, plants—leave a mark? The contributors in this selection move across a spectrum of criticality and lightness, each finding a unique way of expressing their inner drive. We are together in this world and travelling along the road as it curves. We traverse geographic and geological borders as well as a (mountain) range of styles, sensations, and cultures. Hopefully you are here where we are!

Here is where we are is a program convened by Laure Prouvost as part of the series Artist Cinemas. It runs from October 24 through December 14, 2020, screening a new film each week accompanied by a text or interview with the filmmaker(s) by Prouvost and invited guests. 

A repeat of all six films featured in Here is where are will be available for 24 hours on the program's last day—on Monday, December 14, 2020 from 12am till 11:59pm EST. Watch them here.

About Artist Cinemas    
Artist Cinemas is a new e-flux platform focusing on exploring the moving image as understood by people who make film. It is informed by the vulnerability and enchantment of the artistic process—producing non-linear forms of knowledge and expertise that exist outside of academic or institutional frameworks. It will also acknowledge the circles of friendship and mutual inspiration that bind the artistic community. Over time this platform will trace new contours and produce different understandings of the moving image.

For more information, contact program@e-flux.com.

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