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Imag(in)ing Loss: Media and Melancholy in Feminist Experimental Film

When: Thu., March 29, 7:30 p.m. 2018

Kicking off its project, Channel Silver Eye, Silver Eye Center for Photography presents a micro cinema series of three films tonight, all by female artists in Imag(in)ing Loss: Media and Melancholy in Feminist Experimental Film. Each work explores the feelings of loss. Curated by University of Pittsburgh student Emi Finkelstein, the films include Mona Hatoum’s Measures of Distance (1988), Shigeko Kubota’s My Father (1973-75) and Hito Steyerl’s Lovely Andrea (2007). This event is the first series in which History of Art and Architecture students at Pitt worked with the gallery to curate a night of three films. -Lauren Ortego

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