Harpur Cinema presents 'Dirty Looks: Eight Years on'

Day Monday, March 11
Time 7:30 PM to 9:00 PM
Where Lecture Hall 6

Harpur Cinema and Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies presents 'Dirty Looks: Eight Years on'

Dirty Looks: Eight Years on with Bradford Nordeen

Since 2011, Dirty Looks, a queer avant-garde film collective, has brought queer artists’ cinema to audiences in NYC, LA, the Bay Area and across the country.

Curator Bradford Nordeen, Creative Director and Founder, will be present to celebrate Dirty Looks’s 8-year anniversary with a screening of signature shorts that “queer the pop canon and (under)mine history for all of her unanswered questions.”

Ranging from digital drag revisionism to post-bohemian celluloid, Dirty Looks: 8 Years on reassesses the past through a fiercely queer and politicized lens, “who brought us here?” and “where are we now?”

Ranging from 16mm films, super8 transfers, Hi8, HD video and Getty stock footage, the films in this screening “demonstrate the role experimental aesthetics has played in the formation of contemporary queer subjectivities, combining a punk taste for the unconventional with a utopian desire for more.”

Featuring films by Mariah Garnett, Aimee Goguen, Brontez Purnell, Jill Reiter, Michael Robinson, Warren Sonbert + Wendy Appel, Chris E. Vargas and Xina Xurner.

The event is free and open to the public.


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