November programs

November programs


Daniel Jacoby and Yu Araki​, Mountain Plain Mountain (still), 2018.

October 27, 2022
November programs

We are thrilled to announce our line-up of programs this November at e-flux Screening Room and Bar Laika, featuring screenings, talks, and live music.

Next week, on November 1, join us at e-flux Screening Room for Getting Closer, a screening of three films by Daniel Jacoby followed by a video Q&A with the artist.  On November 3, we invite you to No Master Territories: Feminist Worldmaking and the Moving Image, a talk by Erika Balsom preceded by a screening of works by Han Ok-hee and Grupo Chaski, and organized as part of our ongoing lecture series Film Beyond Film. The following week on November 10, FlahertyNYC present Mutations, the closing program of the series “let’s all be lichen” programmed by asinnajaq, featuring a screening of films by Svetlana Romanova and Chelsea Tuggle, and Chris Marker, followed by a discussion. On November 15, we present Ghost in the Landscape, with three films by Lois Patiño preceded by a video introduction by the artist. The month at the Screening Room wraps on November 29 with a screening-performance by Maryam Tafakory, with the artist in attendance.

This month Bar Laika will host the nineteenth edition of the Satellite music series on November 9, featuring live music by Lester St. Louis and Jason Nazary, among other programs to be announced.

Scroll down for more information on our next events. More details on remaining events will be released soon, stay tuned!

Tuesday, November 1, 2022, 7pm
Getting Closer: Films by Daniel Jacoby
e-flux Screening Room, 172 Classon Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11205
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Join us at e-flux Screening Room for Getting Closer, a screening of Daniel Jacoby’s Mountain Plain Mountain (co-dir. Yu Araki, 2018, 21 minutes), Nehemías (2019, 16 minutes), and No One Cried (2021, 23 minutes), followed by a video Q&A with the artist. Daniel Jacoby’s moving-image works are characteristic of an inventive and subjective approach to topics such as alienation, isolation, belonging, friendship, desire, and spirituality. To get the viewer closer to the unfamiliar angles of the everyday Jacoby explores ambiguous questions with no direct answers, and re-stages mundane situations in uncanny or dystopian ways. Read more on the films and event here.

Thursday, November 3, 2022, 7pm
No Master Territories: Feminist Worldmaking and the Moving Image
A talk by Erika Balsom

e-flux Screening Room, 172 Classon Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11205

Join us at e-flux Screening Room for No Master Territories: Feminist Worldmaking and the Moving Image, a talk by Erika Balsom preceded by a screening of Han Ok-hee’s Untitled 77A (1977, 6 minutes) and Grupo Chaski’s Miss Universo en el Perú (1982, 32 minutes). This screening and talk will explore the conceptualization and realization of No Master Territories: Feminist Worldmaking and the Moving Image, an exhibition and cinema program that took place at the Haus der Kulturen der Welt in Berlin in summer 2022, co-curated by Erika Balsom and Hila Peleg. At a time when feminism is enjoying a mainstream resurgence but must be reclaimed from a neoliberal emphasis on individual success, and when the hybridization of documentary and artists’ film occupies a vital place in the landscape of contemporary practices, No Master Territories made a strategic return to the past. Concentrating primarily on the period of the 1970s to 1990s, a time when women’s liberation movements took hold internationally, it staged an expansive encounter with nonfiction film and video by over 80 artists. In addition to screening the two films, the event will launch the publication Feminist Worldmaking and the Moving Image (2022), published by MIT Press. The lecture is organized as part of the ongoing lecture series Film Beyond Film: Art and The Moving Image, and will be livestreamed. Read more on the event here.

Wednesday, November 9, 2022, 8pm
Bar Laika presents Satellite 19: Lester St. Louis and Jason Nazary
Bar Laika, 224 Greene Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11238
USD 10 cover at the door

Join us at Bar Laika for the nineteenth edition of Satellite, featuring live music performances by Lester St. Louis and Jason Nazary. This event is in memory of trumpeter and composer Jaimie Branch (1983-2022), a dear friend who performed at Bar Laika twice and who was part of Amateur Psychology, an album by Joe Jeffers released by Satellite in 2019. Read more on the event here.

Thursday, November 10, 2022, 7pm
let’s all be lichen: Mutations
e-flux Screening Room, 172 Classon Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11205
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Join us at e-flux Screening Room for Mutations, the closing program of the five-part series “let’s all be lichen” presented by FlahertyNYC and programmed by asinnajaq. Mutations will feature the screening of  Svetlana Romanova and Chelsea Tuggle’s Тарыҥ (The Season of Dying Water, 2022, 62 minutes), and Chris Marker’s Lettre de Sibérie (Letter From Siberia, 1957, 92 minutes, followed by a discussion. Read more on the films and event here.

Tuesday, November 15, 2022, 7pm
Ghost in the Landscape: Three Films by Lois Patiño
e-flux Screening Room, 172 Classon Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11205
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Join us at e-flux Screening Room for Ghost in the Landscape, a screening of three films by Lois Patiño preceded by a video introduction by the artist. Every landscape has its ghost: Neglected or obliterated events and experiences continue to weigh on archetypal history. Lois Patiño, a Spanish filmmaker and artist, focuses on landscapes to revive these ghosts and remind us of more-than-human pasts and futures. In this screening, we will watch Patiño’s Mountain in Shadow (2012), Night Without Distance (2015), and The Sower of Stars (2022), synaesthetic and meditative landscape films that via cinematic means overcome our perceptual limits, and create sensorial confusions to open up the spectral spaces situated between the past and the future. Read more on films and event here.

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