Using Bender’s notion of deathlessness as a framework, Virtual Histories is a special series of film and video screenings that presents short video works and feature films by artists who explore multi-dimensional memory, alternative scenarios, and imaginary time.
As a follow-up to their short, each artist has been invited to screen a personally influential film that reflects Bender’s contributions to new media theory and production.
Join us Friday, May 31st for a screening of Antoni Muntadas work Video is Television? (1989), followed by Alphaville (dir. Jean-Luc Godard, 1h 39m, 1965)
Image caption: Still from Video is Television?, Antoni Muntadas, 1989, 5:34 min, color, sound © Antoni Muntadas. Courtesy Electronic Arts Intermix (EAI), New York