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Hammer Time: Collaboration and Community

September 8 at 4:00
East Building Auditorium

Jennifer Lange, KJ Mohr, Lynne Sachs, Mark Street, and Deborah Stratman in person

Barbara Hammer developed unique artistic collaborations with other filmmakers and supporters. This event includes screenings and discussions with several collaborating artists and with Jennifer Lange, curator of Film/Video at the Wexner Center for the Arts, an artist-in-residence program where Hammer produced and screened many works. Titles include Maya Deren’s Sink (Barbara Hammer, 2011, 30 minutes), filmed on location (with KJ Mohr) at Deren’s homes in New York City and Los Angeles; Vever (for Barbara) (Deborah Stratman, 2019, 12 minutes), incorporating footage Hammer filmed in 1970s Guatemala; two recent titles by Lynne Sachs: a short triptych of influential artists, Carolee, Barbara, and Gunvor (2018, 8 minutes), and A Month of Single Frames (2019, 15 minutes); and the short film So Many Ideas Impossible To Do All, made with Mark Street (2019, 11 minutes). Total running time 76 minutes

still from Vever (For Barbara)
courtesy Deborah Stratman

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