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Coding and Decoding

November 1, 2017
7:00 pm
Berkeley Art Museum & Pacific Film Archive

David Sherman worked at Canyon Cinema from 1989 to 2001, and in 1993 began the artist collaboration Total Mobile Home, the first microcinema. He has selected a program of films that explore place and time through artists' observations and others' documentation. Archival and found footage, popular culture, and home movies are collaged or appropriated. Sherman's To Re-edit the World is assembled from four boxes of film material and audiotapes made by Beat-era filmmaker Dion Vigne, reconstituting a lost history of San Francisco. FILMS IN THIS SCREENING Premonition Dominic Angerame, United States, 1995 No-Zone Greta Snider, United States, 1993 Decodings Michael Wallin, United States, 1988 To Re-edit the World David Sherman, United States, 2002 For more info visit: http://bampfa.org/event/coding-and-decoding

Berkeley Art Museum & Pacific Film Archive

2155 Center St, Berkeley, CA
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