New Works Salon XXVIII: Clipson, Peoples, Pescador, Pryce, Shahab, Wittenberg


The New Works Salons series is a casual forum for the presentation and discussion of new works in film, video, sound, and performance, with local and visiting artists in-person to introduce their work. This program will feature Section A, the first part of Paul Pescador’s third feature film titled Crushes. Anna Wittenberg will show two recent video works: KJMP Presents Der Sandmann, in which KJMP—an a cappella quartet from the Inland Empire Chorus in Riverside California—performs The Chordettes’ 1954 hit Mr. Sandman 30 percent slower than originally written. Her work Olga Digs a Hole features a woman digging a hole in a nondescript outdoor setting, alongside imagery from the inside of a windsock and various landscape shots. Alee Peoples will show her new 16mm film Non-stop Beautiful Ladies, a Los Angeles street film starring empty signs, radio from passing cars and human sign spinners, some with a pulse and some without. Charlotte Pryce will show her new 16mm film Prima Materia: “Delicate threads of energy spiral and transform into mysterious microscopic cells of golden dust: these are the luminous particles of the alchemist’s dream. San Francisco-based filmmaker Paul Clipson will show his recent 16mm film Made of Air, with music by Grouper, and Sepand Shahab will share a recent composition. FILMMAKERS IN ATTENDANCE!

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