I know that I seem to be drawn to sad characters, the forlorn reject. Something about being on the outside. The outcast. But I also am intrigued by the super confident fool. He too is a reject. I’m not really interested in what’s accepted by people. I like the things, places and characters that have been forsaken. On both sides of the field. The happy genius fool and the pathetic misfit. I guess I like drama.
LACMA Presents Female Surrealist Cinema: Animation
Thursday, May 3rd, 2012 | 7:30 & 9:30 PM
MOUND (2011/color/4 min./digital) by Allison Schulnik
BABOBILICONS (1982/color/16 min.) by Daina Krumins, 35mm print courtersy of Academy Film Archive
FIELD STUDY #2 (1988/color/8 min.) by Gunvor Nelson
THE FOURTH WATCH (2000/color/10 min.) by Janie Geiser, 16mm print courtesy of Academy Film Archive
IMMER ZU (1997/b&w/8 min.) by Janie Geiser, 16mm print courtesy of Academy Film Archive
ASPARAGUS (1979/color/20 min.) by Suzan Pitt
In conjunction with the exhibition In Wonderland: The Surrealist Adventures of Women Artists in Mexico and the United States.
Stay for Female Surrealist Cinema: Performance and Montage at 8:45 PM! Included with this program.
Los Angeles County Museum of Arts
5905 Wilshire Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90036
Parking Tips: $10 Pritzker Parking Garage (Sixth St. just East of Fairfax). After 7:00 PM, free.
Free (Reserve tickets by calling (323) 857-6010 or reserve online)