Saturday Cinema: Whose Line Is It Anyway? with Jodie Mack

Part of Canyon Cinema 50

Saturday, April 29, 2017 • 2:00 p.m.

Kanbar Forum

Included with museum admission.

All Ages

Note: Jodie Mack in person

An artist of unmatched, playful meticulousness, filmmaking-tour-de-force Jodie Mack joins us to present a screening highlighting the fun side of language, the essence of human understanding. Jodie’s films are handcrafted gems of abstract animation remarkable for their balance of bombast and delicacy. Her films often employ recycled materials and examine patterns, craftwork, and human-made design. In this screening, she’ll pair her work with those from the inspiring Canyon Cinema collection of artist made 16mm films. Viewed together, these works showcase playful and wildly creative techniques that often underpin the exploration of language in experimental films.

Featuring

Future is Bright by Jodie Mack (2011, 5 min.)

Unsubscribe # 3: Glitch Envy by Jodie Mack (2010, 6 min.)

Rad Plaid by Jodie Mack (2010, 6 min.)

Point de gaze by Jodie Mack (2012, 5 min.)

Kitsch in Synch by Adam Beckett (1975, 4 min.)

Associations by John Smith (1975, 6 min.)

Object Conversation by Peter Glabicki (1985, 10 min.)

Reflections by Jodie Mack (2017)


Presented in conjunction with Canyon Cinema 50, this event is part of a yearlong series of programming in celebration of the 50th anniversary of Canyon Cinema’s incorporation.