Artist Cinemas

Here is where we are

Convened by
Laure Prouvost with the help of her cousins Fran Hawker and Dóra Benyó

With films by Gabriel Abrantes, Liesel Burisch, Stephanie Comilang, Nashashibi/Skaer, Pia Östlund, and Emily Wardill; and interviews and texts by Menna Agha, Mirene Arsanios​, Liesel Burisch, Ursula K. Le Guin, Raimundas Malašauskas, and Laure Prouvost

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 Artist Cinemas, a long-term, online series of film programs curated by artists for e-flux Video & Film. Here is where we are will run from October 24 through December 14, 2020, screening a new film each week accompanied by a text or an 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 12:00am till 11:59pm EST.

Nature & Ecology, Dance, Theater, Labor & Work, Film
Anthropocene, Animals, Motherhood and Reproduction, Video Art, Documentary
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Laure Prouvost (b. 1867, Lieumeconu, France) lives and works. Here a long list of museums and institutions. A line, interesting things, a coma, a line, a list of residencies and prizes. A selection of solo projects including: an Oma-je in Vienna, a flying Grandma in Oslo, Esmé Blue in Busan, Helsinki, and Madrid, an elastic arm hold in tight in Copenhagen, a Swallowing and Breathing in Eindhoven, a Smoking Mother in Copenhagen, a Melting Into Another in Lisbon and Sonsbeek, an Occupied Paradise in Aalst, Deep See Blue Surrounding You in Venice, Toulouse, and Lille, a Waiting Room with objects in Minneapolis, a New Museum for Granddad in Milano, a tearoom for Grandma in Derry, a karaoke room in Brussels, a new octopus ink vodka bar for Gregor in Rotterdam, A travel agency for an Uncle in Frankfurt, a lobby for love among the artists in the Hague and Luzern… tea bags, and wet floors and tentacules.


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