For the second program in their collaboration with San Francisco Dance Film Festival, Catharine Clark Gallery will present the film Spirit Labour, in which Hugo Glendinning and Adrian Heathfield follow the creative practice of sculptor and performance artist Janine Antoni and her collaborations and conversations with the choreographer Anna Halprin and the writer Hélène Cixous.
Spirit Labour traces the lines of connection between these artists inclined toward elemental exposure and non-human forces.
October 9, 2018 | 7:00 pm
Catharine Clark Gallery | 248 Utah Street | San Francisco | CA | 94103
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United Kingdom | 2018 | 41 minutes | Director: Adrian Heathfield, Hugo Glendinning
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Editor Hugo Glendinning, Adrian Heathfield | Key Cast Janine AntoniKey, Anna Halprin, Hélène Cixous | Original Music and Violin Aisha Orazbayeva | Voice Sophie Gueydon | Camera Hugo Glendinning | Text Adrian Heathfield
Box Blur Fall 2018 Programming
SFDFF events in the experimental category are part of Catharine Clark Gallery’s Box Blur Fall 2018 programming, which includes multiple exhibits and performances. In the main galleries: Josephine Taylor’s Beside Me, an exhibition of graphite drawings; in the media room, a collaborative video by Josephine Taylor and Jon Bernson titled Dylan Diaries; in the viewing room, an audio-visual installation by Jon Bernson titled Third Eye Moonwalk at Catharine Clark Gallery. Off-site, Box Blur is also presenting Bernson’s companion series of installations at Minnesota Street Project, which includes a full cast performance of his audio drama and a video in the media room titled Awakenment.