Krowsworkerswork + Dale Hoyt’s FARM World Premiere

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Date: January 01, 2016 03:00pm — January 10, 2016 07:00pm
Categories: Conferences & Lectures, Exhibitions & Presentations
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Join us for a 10 day special exhibition celebrating the artwork of the supporters of Krowswork’s year-long residency, plus the world premiere of FARM, directed by Dale Hoyt and produced by David Lawrence: a video in Cinema 3D. Opening on January 1st!

Participating artists: Liz Walsh, Janet Norris, Laurence Elias, Hillary Maslon, Rik Ritchey, Christina McPhee, Gina Werfel, Hearne Pardee, Lili White, Lorna Stevens, Milly West, Maggie Preston, Nicole Shaffer, Amelia Williams, Jason Engelund, Rebecca Najdowski, Robert Beier, Torsten Zenas Burns, Darrin Martin, Shalo P, Farley Gwazda, Indira Morre, Juan Carlos Quintana, Carlo Ricafort, Sonya Rapoport, Paloma Modupe, Laura Zuspan, Dale Pendell, Daniel Konhauser, Anne Lesley Selcer, Jonathan Mindes, Kit Young, Margo Majewska, Alan Clark, Eddy Falconer, Laura Zuspan, Kim Miskowicz, Carol Selter, Jeff King, Jeff Rosier, Carolyn Radlo, Alanna Simone, Tim Graveson, Minoosh Zomorodinia, Leslie Zablan, Lauren Ari, Ron Weil, Kathy King, Kally Williams, Barbara Kyne, Laura Pendell

FARM is a 3D experimental melodrama and abstract narrative that uses multiple story lines, fractured editing, and pulsating color fields to tell the story of a fictional urban farm co-operative in a withering decadent San Francisco. Written and directed by Dale Hoyt and produced and engineered by David Lawrence it may be the first video art project in RealD Cinema 3D. The work comments on loss, family disfunction, merciless progress, and mortality. Shot with the generous cooperation of The Free Farm and the Alemany Farms, this tragicomedy invokes gentrification as a symbol for the greater fatalistic existential crises that face the world and every personal soul. Featuring a score by Chrome, Annette Peacock, Cameron Ember, and Lian Amber and featuring Cliff Hengst, Winston Tong, Helios Creed, Annie Sprinkle, Monet Clark, Róisín Isner, and the final screen appearance of the legendary Arturo Galster.

Festival runs through January 10th, and the gallery will be open January 1st 3-7; January 2nd 1-5; January 8th 4-8 + special performance by Paloma Modupe from 8-9 January 9th 1-5; and closing January 10, 2-4pm.

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