01/14/2017 - 03/12/2017
01/16/2017 - 01/20/2017
01/17/2017 - 01/19/2017
D300 Gallery: Elisabeth Preger MFA 1 PHOTO/MEDIA
D301 Gallery: Annie Render MFA 1 ART
L-Shape Gallery: Alexandre Saden MFA 1 ART
Main Gallery: TBA
A402 Gallery: Luna Galassini MFA 1 ART
Lime Gallery: Coffee Kang MFA 1 PHOTO/MEDIA
Mint Gallery: Wesley Hicks MFA 1 ART
CalArts, The Sharon Disney Lund Theater
DANCE: Narcisa Reflection A film by Silvina Szperling on Narcisa Hirsch screens in the Lund Theatre.
Narcisa Hirsch (Berlin, 1928) is the mother of experimental film in Argentina. Although her work was born amidst utterly difficult historical circumstances, or maybe for that reason, Hirsch’s films have constituted a space of freedom and resistance. NARCISA REFLECTION observes a woman in her last journey, witnessing how she looks at herself in her art work. It will be necessary to take the risk of drowning, in order to know oneself.
A possible portrait -the most intimate one– of Narcisa Hirsch, German-Argentine filmmaker, experimental films pioneer.
Departing from encounters in which the artist explores the path of her memories, some men traces appear, which are transposed to the constant reference to the desert: that landscape that Narcisa seems to visit permanently, and is portrayed in a contemplative and ecstatic work of Art. - Eloísa Solaas at Bafici Film Catalogue