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December 6, 2004

two events in december

Two events in December

Aleksandra Mir
Organized Movement
Sunday, December 12, 12 AM – 12PM

Hubert Cherepok
Do you know anything about Polish art?

Friday, December 17, 8 pm

e-flux video rental
53 Ludlow street, NYC
Tue – Sat 12 pm to 6 pm
contact [​at​] e-flux.com

This month at our storefront:
Sunday, December 12, 2004, noon to midnight – Aleksandra Mir: “Organized Movement” (2004)
Organized Movement is a video diary, made by Aleksandra Mir this summer during a residency program in Mexico city, “…that covers everything from Mir’s attendance at the dance classes and performances, to observations of ubiquitous teen culture, scenes in seedy- looking night clubs and techno festivals, and moments of spontaneous dancing with fellow resident-artists in offices, hotel lobbies or private apartments, backed with a soundtrack of infectious Mexican pop songs. Mir’s narrative voice-over adopts the model of old television documentaries for children: a patronizing tone full of sweeping judgments and lofty assessments which jars with the video’s casual, unsophisticated and often banal images. She exploits this discrepancy in moments such as where the narrator’s promise of an investigation of “local customs” cutting straight to a scene of trendy teenage boys playing high-tech games in a video arcade, who could just as well be in London or Tokyo as Mexico City.” Kirsty Bell for Camera Austria
Friday, January 17, 2004 8pm – Hubert Cherepok: Do you know anything about Polish art? (2002)

Hubert Czerepok, born in Slubice, Poland, and currently based in Antwerp, will screen and discuss two recent video works: Do you know anything about Polish art? 2002, (in collaboration with M. Bakke), based on the series of interviews conducted by Mr. Cherepok, offering a penetrating gaze into one of most enigmatic and complex issues of today: Polish contemporary art; Museum, 2002, (in collaboration with S. Rushton) – a guided walkthrough a museum of contemporary art by the museum’s director and a spectator engaged in a conversation about the collection.

This evening is supported in part by the Polish Cultural Institute.
Please note: space is limited, please RSVP to julieta@e-flux.com

Next Month:
Friday, January 7, 2005 8pm – e-flux video rental staff picks

Video rental’s employees present a special screening of 11 works from our inventory:

“Occupation”, by Clemens von Wedemeyer (8 min) selected by Hans Ulrich Obrist
“Passolini Ostia Remix”, by Cerith Wyn Evans (15 min) selected by Elena Filipovic
“Polaroid Cocaine”, by Michel Auder (5 min) selected by e-flux staff
“A bit of matter and a little bit more”, by Lawrence Weiner (23 min) selected by Pierre Huyghe
“La Pasion de Juana de Arco”, by Jorge Macchi (10 min) selected by Gabriel Perez Barreiro
“Children’s Crusade”, by Markus Schinwald (2 min 30 sec) selected by Adam Budak
“Living a Beautiful Life”, by Corinna Schnitt (13 min) selected by Christoph Keller
“I Verdi Giorni”, by Diego Perrone (2 min 30 sec) selected by Massimiliano Gioni
“Boxer”, by John Bock (2 min 30 sec) selected by Jens Hoffmann
“From my Window” 1978-2002, by Jozef Robakowski (9 min 20 sec) selected by Adam Klimzac

Please note: space is limited, please RSVP to julieta@e-flux.com
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New Arrivals this month:
Marta Deskur, Natasha Sadr Haghighian, Jozef Robakowski, Elke Krystufek, Carolina Caycedo, Eliu Almonte, John Bock, Mircea Cantor, Julia Scher

e-flux video rental is organized by Anton Vidokle and Julieta Aranda

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