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No Data Plan preceded by Disintegration 93-96

January 26 at 4:00 p.m.
West Building Lecture Hall

Discussion with Miko Revereza

The highly personal work of award-winning filmmaker Miko Revereza questions what it means to belong. His Disintegration 93-96 is a frenetic collage of home movies that highlight his father’s increasingly strained relationship to his immediate family, all living in the United States undocumented. (Miko Revereza, 2017, 6 minutes)
    No Data Plan, Revereza’s first feature, is a diaristic road movie captured in passenger-train interiors as the filmmaker travels from Los Angeles to New York City. Revereza “serves as the backdrop to this highly personal reflection on the experience of undocumented people in ICE-age America,” according to Film at Lincoln Center’s Art of the Real festival, one of the many places the film screened this year. (Miko Revereza, 2019, 70 minutes) The screening at the Gallery is followed by a Skyped conversation with the artist, who recently chose to return to the Philippines.

still from No Data Plan
courtesy the artist  

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