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    [Artist Cinema] Look How Far We've Come: Teaching Pan-Cinema Videomaking w Garden Reflexxx and Carmen-Sibha Keiso

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    “You know when you’re so used to being the camera man?”

    “Everything is in conversation; we should mute the authors”

    Carmen Keiso will be screening their 2020 audio/video work Social Listening: VIRUS VIRUS USA that was filmed and recorded in New York City, the audio/video montage maps a process of documentative production in a time of both constant and muted accumulation.

    Garden Reflexxx will share an excerpt of their 2020 video series Bins, created specifically for Seventh Gallery (online) across 30 days, which brought to screen the duo’s neglected rushes as a sprawling body of work. A cut severs but also creates; Bins works to liberate shamed offcuts of their staunch structures. This could be an ongoing practice of artist filmmaking which raises questions around how film ‘making’ falls under evasive power structures, ideas that tell you right or wrong, instead of true and fake. Do films have pretty privilege? Is it possible to correct this?

    Carmen and Garden Reflexxx will then discuss their working methods alongside a rushes party that sees them open up their hard drives to expand on their mutual understandings of working with efficacy, commemoration, the sublime, and the ‘ode film’.


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