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Join us for a screening and conversation between artists Laura Huertas Millán and Zoe Leonard about their practices, poetics, and strategies across photography and film. Exhibition curator Lynne Cooke will moderate.

Entwining ethnography, ecology, fiction, and historical enquiries, Laura Huertas Millán’s films engage with collective resistance to mass-produced, generic consumer culture. This program includes the screening of short films by the artist, including La Libertad that captures the working processes of the women of the Navarro Gómez family in Mexico, whose finely woven cotton textiles are made with backstrap looms, a pre-Hispanic technique preserved for centuries by indigenous women (2017, 30 minutes).  

Programmed in conjunction with the exhibition Woven Histories: Textiles and Modern Abstraction.

Part of the film series Film Knots and Threads.

The end time for this event is estimated. End times may vary with post-screening discussion, audience Q&A, or other factors. All film events finish by 5:00 p.m.

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