QUEUE at Klowden Mann
In conjunction with First Paintings, L.E. Kim has organized a show of video works with artist Brica Wilcox. Below is their statement on the exhibition:
QUEUE is a collection of digital video “slideshows” by 15 artists, each work an exploration of the maker’s own artistic concerns. In their techniques and source materials, these videos traverse the history of photography, film, and video, as well as crisscross the fine line between the still and moving image.
We often queue our media to be played, rendered, or exported, but have more or less detached from the use of the word queue to describe a line of people waiting for something. This line of bodies has flattened and dispersed into digital granules. Jonathan Crary writes about the queue in his book 24/7 and argues that the act of waiting is “something essential to the experience of being together, to the tentative possibility of community. It is a time in which encounters can occur.” This idea of things up against one another, negotiations between, and an emergent synthesis of such encounters was the focus of our line up.
Tuesday – Saturday
11am – 5pm
July 23, 2016End Date
August 20, 2016Hours
11:00 AM - 05:00 PMAddress
6023 Washington Blvd. Culver City, CA 90232Event Type