Post-Patriarchy? New Acquisitions Screening
Emilie Crewe, Valentina Alvarados Matos, Hardeep Pandhal, Paige Smith, Sydney Southam
For Video Out’s latest call-for submissions, moving-image makers were invited to submit works that responded to the idea of a post-patriarchal present-future. It’s taken the work of many for so long to reach our current moment, and if we’ve learned anything, hopefully it’s that with deconstruction comes the need to rebuild.
Thursday June 13, 2019
Screening 7:30 PM
This event takes place on the Unceded Coast Salish Territories of the xʷməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish) and Səl̓ílwətaʔ/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations.
The screening runs roughly 70 minutes, with an intermission and an opportunity for discussion at the end. Drinks and concession as well as complimentary popcorn will be on-hand.
Aí – Valentina Alvarado Matos (Spain), 2019
Esoteric (pt 1) – Stephanie Gagne (Canada) , 2019
Watching Us – Paige Smith (Canada), 2018
Konfessions of a Klabautermann – Hardeep Pandhal (UK), 2017
The Art of Fugue: A Polyphonic Instrumental Video Featuring Five Women Working in Trades (excerpt) – Emilie Crewe (Canada), 2019
Absolute Panic – Trevor McEachran (Canada), 2019
Rosalie – Kaija Pepper (Canada) , 1978
Object – Sydney Southam (Canada), 2017
Tulips are my father’s favorite flower – Nisha Platzer (Canada), 2018
Esoteric (pt 2) – Stephanie Gagne (Canada) , 2019 7
mom and her music – Rajee Paña Jeji Shergill (Canada), 2016
*Still from Aí, by Valentina Alvarados Matos
Our wheelchair ramp has two runs: the first is 20 feet long, and the second is 26 feet. The ramp is 5 feet wide with a 1:12 slope.
The ramp is concrete and has handrails on both sides, leading to a door that is 8 ft wide.
Our washroom has a 33” wide door, toilet has an 11” clearance on the leftside with handrail. Washrooms are gender inclusive.
Emilie Crewe is an interdisciplinary artist working in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Her work often takes the form of video installation, single-channel video, multi-channel video and sketch-work (drawings, collections & archives). She holds an MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and a BFA from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design University. Her artwork is exhibited internationally in galleries, museums, artist-run centres, experimental film/video festivals, and as public art.
Valentina Alvarados Matos
Paige Smith is an experimental filmmaker, cinematographer, and educator, with a BFA in Film from Simon Fraser University. Her work has screened around the world, including the Locarno Film Festival (18), Hot Docs (18), and the Vancouver International Film Festival (13, 17 & 18).
Alongside her directorial and cinematography work, Smith works as a filmmaking educator. She has previously instructed at VIVO Media Arts Centre, the Vancouver Art Gallery, and The Cinematheque.
Additionally, Smith has a diverse array of arts organization experience ranging from front of house management at SFU Woodwards, and The Cinematheque, to artist relations work at the Vancouver Queer Film Festival and Vancouver New Music.
She is an avid proponent of curiously exploring life, whether that be approaching unique art forms, empathy towards others, or how to search out new knowledge.