The Mourning [A] BLKstar Residencies

Launching November 11, 2020

EPISODES OF STARLITE

Exhibition by Frances Scholz

Episodes of Starlite is a series of 5 films by Frances Scholz inverting archetypes of the fantasy genre from the points of view of gender, painting and the body.

THE MEMORY DIFFERENTIAL

Curated by Amanda Schmitt

A screening of seven videos that highlights the differentials between how technologies capture, record, and transcribe recorded 'memory' and the realities that this multiplicity of memory forms it in turn creates.

MIN TANAKA FROM LA BORDE TO TOKYO

by François Pain

RECENT WORKS BY JOHN MILLER

No going back before present

Screening by Jordan Dykstra

SERIES: DISTANCIA

Imagined and visualized by Carolina Saquel and Camila Marambio (for Ensayos)

ART STREAMING

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Daughter

by Maggie Lee

The Wild West

by Maria Antelman

Soft Armour

by Constance Tenvik

To do list

by Kerry Downey

re-projetando (museu bispo do rosário)

by Ricardo Basbaum

Woodcutter

by Yevgeny Yufit

Spacial Geometry

by Ricardo Mehedff

From Coda

by Jeff Preiss

Quadrivium

by Paulo Vivacqua

Token

by Violette Bule

Times Square Motor Hotel (circa 1988)

by Charlie Ahearn

Calendario de Lluvias

by Claudio Caldini

A Feast in Time of Plague

by Masha Godovannaya

Flashlight, I’m not from here, I’m not from there

by Iván Navarro

Mishkin Gallery

Artists Lamin Fofana and Nicolas Premier talk about their spring 2020 exhibition BLUES at the Mishkin Gallery.

Graphite Man

by Duston Spear

K for Key Hole

by Colleen Asper

Uhina

by Lester Alvarez Meno

Chevengur

by Mikhail Maksimov

Chipilo

by Pablo Helguera

Haarpsichordnung

by Lux Lindner

J'ai vu la Turquie dans tes Yeux

by Nicolas Candido

MAGNETISM

by Lucas Ajemian

Palavra Chuva

by Lucas Bambozzi

Chevengur

by Mikhail Maksimov

Untitled

by Bibi Calderaro

2 Gallons of Milk

by Matt Keegan

On Sabotage

by Aliza Shvartz

Folie à Deux: A Duodrama

by Felix Bernstein and Gabe Rubin

Mar

by Julio Grinblatt

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