Sunday, January 29, 2017
Daata Editions presents excerpts from Daata Editions Season Two with work by Yung Jake, Jillian Mayer and Scott Reeder in a special screening. Daata Editions is a native online platform that commissions seasonal collections of video, sound, poetry and web-based content, highlighting a new generation of artists working within new mediums.
Is art only accessible for those with enough money to buy it, or does it present a collective opportunity for expression? This panel discussion explores the tension between elitism and egalitarianism in the contemporary artworld with leading figures from non-profit spaces, foundations and institutions in Los Angeles.
Jamillah James, curator, ICA L.A.
Eric Kim, director, Human Resources, L.A.
Cascade Wilhelm, director, Wilhelm Family Foundation, Los Angeles
moderated by Keith J. Varadi, artist, writer, and curator
Sotheby's Institute of Art
Four prominent Los Angeles-based critics discuss four exhibitions currently on view in L.A., sharing their perspectives on current shows within the context of their experience as art journalists and critics.
David Pagel, critic, L.A. Times
Jonathan Griffin, editor, Frieze
Lindsay Preston Zappas, founder, CARLA
Hunter Drohojowska-Philp, contributor, ARTnews
Roger Corman, regarded as the “king” of the B-movie genre and known for producing well over 300 independent films, speaks alongside actress Mary Woronov, in a conversation led by Ian Birnie. Corman and Woronov will address their enduring careers and their work’s impact on art, video, and filmmaking over the past four decades. This event is sponsored by KCRW.
The discussion will be followed by a screening of Death Race 2000 (1975, 84min, Director: Paul Bartel, Producer: Roger Corman)
Roger Corman, producer and director
Mary Woronov, actress
Ian Birnie, program director of the Louisiana International Film Festival and former director of the Film Department at LACMA
This event is organized by Veggie Cloud, an ongoing series of film screenings, talks and lectures organized by Kate Wolf and Courtney Stephens.
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