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CalArts

Skeptical Belief(s)
May 06 – June 27, 1987

 
 
Wed, May 6, 19876:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Opening Reception


Location: The Renaissance Society
Admission: free
 
Sun, May 10, 19872:00 pm
Thu, May 14, 198712:00 am

Film Screening


Location: The Renaissance Society
Admission: free
 
Ericka Beckmann, Cinderella, 1986
David Cabrera, Will You Please Read Me That Text Again OK Listen Closely, 1982
Kirby Dick, Men Who Are Men, 1981
Sharon Greytak, Weirded Out and Blown Away, 1986
Linda Tadic, Une viste a Leon Trotsky, par Andre Breton, 1986
Linda Wissmath, The Passion of Joan, 1983-86

The same program will be screened on May 10 and May 14.
 
Thu, May 28, 19877:00 pm

Video program #1


Location: The Renaissance Society
Admission: free
 
Andy Moses & Fariba Hajamadi, Excerpt From "The Republic," 1982
Mitchell Syrop, Watch It Think It, 1977
Corey Kaplan, The Monster Frankenstein, 1984
Rea Tajiri, Vertigo (3 Character Descriptions)1987
Jeff Kessinger, Let Me Assure You, 1986
Sherry Millner, Womb With A View, 1983
John Caldwell, The Coming Wound, 1985
Barbara Bloom, The Diamond Lane, 1981
 
Thu, Jun 4, 19877:00 pm

Video Program #2


Location: The Renaissance Society
Admission: free
 
Mitchell Syrop, Watch It Think It, 1977
Kim Ingraham, Corny Stories, 1987
Susan Peehl, You Talkin' To Me?, 1984
Ken Feingold, Irony, 1985
 
Thu, Jun 11, 19877:00 pm

Video program #3


Location: The Renaissance Society
Admission: free
 
Mitchell Syrop, Watch It Think It, 1977
Barbara Bloom, The Diamond Lane, 1981
Ben Chase, Crack Down & How Many Elephants Does It Take?, 1980
Mary Ann Toman, There is My Mother, 1986
Tony Oursler, Evol, 1985
Bruce and Norman Yonemoto with Mike Kelley, Kappa, 1986
Mike Kelley, The Banana Man, 1983
 

   
   
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