ATA Sept. 29, 2018.


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ATA Sept. 29, 2018.

Thus, this Saturday at the venerable Artists Television Access.
992 Valencia Street
San Francisco, CA 94110
(415) 824-3890

A screening of 2-3 short films about my work, and a small NOISE MACHINE you will be able to operate before the screenings, during the break and after! A never ending social practices experiment.
And a full spectrum of other film screenings.
If you have never been to ATA or Other Cinema you are missing one of the oldest stalwart venues in the Bay Area. Truly a national treasure, as is Craig Baldwin, the proprietor and host of decades of events there!
Here is what Craig wrote.

Thought you’d like to know how to help a SF live-work hero, Kal Spelletich, just pushed out of his Dogpatch studio:

Here’s a chance to support a true Frisco stalwart, Kal Spelletich, brave anchor of the Seemen project, and a veritable pillar of our arts community, evicted from his long running tenure at his Dogpatch studio by the relentless forces of gentrification. A percentage of monies from the door and bar (so drink up!) goes towards Kal’s daunting moving/storage expenses. Screening are a daring duo of his robot docs, his noise-machine piece, and a life-raft of science-fantasy reels, to kick off a Trash Film thread that runs through this season’s schedule (also on Optron2 and Archive1).

Peppering the party is the climax of the classic kaiju “Gamera the Invincible”, the last scene from “Colossus: The Forbin Project”, pick hits from “Journey to the 7th Planet” (double-projected), “Earth vs. Flying Saucers” (all the prior four in 16mm!), “The Great Martian War”, and of course Unarius’ lesson on “The Extraterrestrials”.

ALSO Jon Reiss’ “Bitter Message” (an SRL machine battle) Allison De Fern’s “Fembot in Red”, Peter Lichter’s “George’s Poem”, and David King’s (in person) “Every Red Death”. Come early for Wilhelm Reich’s Cloud-Buster, the anomalous “Number Stations”, and sci-fi highballs! Doors open for reception at 8; Admission $7-$20



Marx-athon: 200 Years of Karl Marx
Saturday October 13, 2018
3:30pm – 9:00pm

Stochastic Labs Exhibition
November 2018

December 7
Illegal Art Exhibit catalog release event with Special Guests.
At the Luggage Store Gallery
Featuring essays by Genevieve Quick, Mark Van Proyen and Matt Gonzalez.


~ by kaltek on September 26, 2018.

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