July events

July events


Masao Adachi, REVOLUTION+1 (still), 2022.

June 27, 2023
July events
Screenings and conversations
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Brooklyn, NY 11205
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This July at e-flux, join us for screenings and conversations featuring Masao Adachi, Ethan Spigland, Ephraim Asili, Agnieszka Polska.

e-flux will take a short break from events through the month of August. We wish you all a lovely summer and look forward to seeing you for a new season of programs in September!

Thursday, July 6, 2023, 7pm
US premiere: Masao Adachi, REVOLUTION +1 
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In REVOLUTION+1 Masao Adachi constructs a semi-fictional narrative around the assassination of Japan’s former prime minister Shinzo Abe in July 2022. Drawing on details from the life of the assassin, Tetsuya Yamagami, Adachi tells the story from Yamagami’s perspective, focusing less on his broader political beliefs and more on his increasing resentment toward the church that caused his family’s ruin. The screening will be followed by a video discussion with Adachi moderated by Ethan Spigland. Read more here.

Tuesday, July 18, 2023, 7pm
Connecting Diaspora: short films by Ephraim Asili
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Asili’s films unfold the intersections of the African diaspora and the artist’s personal and political histories with a strong sense of poetics and intellectual acuity. They masterfully straddle personal and political, memory and place, diaspora and home. Featuring Forged Ways (2010, 15 minutes), American Hunger (2013, 19 minutes), Many Thousands Gone (2014, 8 minutes), Kindah (2016, 12 minutes), and Fluid Frontiers (2017, 23 minutes). Followed by a discussion with Asili. Read more here.

Thursday, July 20, 2023, 7pm
Agnieszka Polska: screening and conversation
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In her body of work, Agnieszka Polska challenges conventions of prevalent visual representations and encourages viewers to engage in a critical examination of their own perception of the surrounding world. Through her distinct use of animation and computer-generated images, Polska navigates the boundaries between past and present, physical and virtual, real and imaginary, creating a dream-like cinematic space that is both familiar and strange. A selection of Polska’s moving-image works from 2010 to the present will address cultural and political issues such as the complexities of historical memory, the impact of technology on our lives, and the deepening of the environmental crisis. Featuring The Thousand-Year Plan (2021, 27 minutes), Perfect Lives (2019, 14 minutes), The New Sun (2017, 12 minutes), My Little Planet (2016, 7 minutes), Talking Mountain (2015, 9 minutes), The Garden (2010, 11 minutes), How the Work Is Done (2011, 6 minutes), and The Forgetting of Names (2009, 3 minutes). Followed by a conversation with Polska. Supported and co-presented by the Polish Cultural Institute New York. Read more here.

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