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Museum of Contemporary Art Tucson

MOCATucson

Nothing to Declare: Transnational Narratives
curated by Ginger Shulick Porcella

October 7 – December 31, 2017
Museum of Contemporary Art Tucson

Participating artists: Lana Z Caplan, Saulo Cisneros, Wesley Fawcett Creigh, Miguel Fernández de Castro, Einar & Jamex de la Torre, Blane de St. Croix, Francisco Eme, Louis Hock, Khaled Jarrar, Haydeé Jiménez, PANCA, Omar Pimienta, Marcos Ramirez ERRE, Diana Shpungin

www.moca-tucson.org

 

 

 

AXWFF at Anthology Film Archives

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video still, In ruins, we rebuild with memories buried in the foundation


Another Experiment by Women Film Festival
Presented by New Filmmakers New York
Anthology Film Archives, NY
August 2, 2017
6:00 pm

MERGED into INFINITY curated by Lili White
Including:
pletten; Louise Harris; UK; 5.33
IN RUINS, WE REBUILD WITH MEMORIES BURIED IN THE FOUNDATION; Lana Z Caplan; USA; 10.30
COLOMBES 16_05; Ariane Loze; BRUSSELS; 13.50
MORE DANGEROUS THAN A THOUSAND RIOTERS; Kelly Gallagher; USA; 6.19
MAKE ME A DOORWAY; Jesse Russell Brooks; USA; 3.36
TRIPTIC EXIT to; Rrose Present; SPAIN; 3.31

If you can’t be in NY, STREAM this Show!
Visit AXW/online: http://axwonline.com

Other AXWFF online programs featuring Lana Z Caplan’s films:
Crystal Umbrellas
Political Restings

 

 

Downtown at Sundown with Lana Z Caplan

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video still Errata, 2017


Downtown at Sundown
SDSU Downtown Gallery
July 20, 2017
5:00-8:00pm

 

Lana Z Caplan will be presenting a solo screening of Errata, a brand new work, at timed screenings throughout the evening. Also on view in the gallery, Maelstroms and play and repeat.
Curated by Chantel Paul.

Screenings at 5:30, 6:30 and 7:30
Running time 20 mins

Downtown at Sundown is presented by Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego and SDSU Gallery.

https://www.facebook.com/events/1681001905540501/

 

 

Sign on / Sign off

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Sign on / Sign off
June 30, 2017

Sign on / Sign off is a live streaming event of artist made “television” taking place at the Merz Akademie in Stuttgart, Germany on June 30, 2017 and on ACRETV.org. The 24 hour “television network” will combine live performance, with remote broadcast and pre-recorded moving image content. Sign on / Sign off will re-interpret the images of our collective identities through the lens of conventional media, using the structures of a full commercial broadcasting day as a platform for creative production and exchange.

The event will stream live from sunrise (5:22 am) on June 30 to (5:22 am) on July 1 (Central European Time). Sign on / Sign off is made possible by the Merz Akademie and with support from the DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service).

Including Lana Z Caplan’s Maelstroms

http://www.acretv.org/

 

 

100 Hours in the Woodshed VI

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100 Hours in the Woodshed VI
June 22 – 26, 2017

5-day biannual collage marathon and exhibition
hosted by MCLA’s Berkshire Cultural Resource Center.
MCLA Design Lab, 49 Main Street, North Adams, MA

www.mcla.edu/bcrc

 

 

Currents New Media Festival

Currents New Media Festival
June 9 – 25, 2017

Screening Lana Z Caplan’s Maelstroms

CURRENTS NEW MEDIA is an annual, citywide event. The Festival brings together the work of established and emerging New Media artists, from New Mexico, the US and the World, for events showcasing interactive and fine art video installations, multimedia performances, single channel video, animation, digital dome programs, experimental documentary,web based/app art forms, architectural mapping, the oculus rift, robotics and 3D printing.

 

 

Gallery NAGA

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40TH ANNIVERSARY EXHIBITION:
ARTISTS A – K

May 5 – 27, 2017

SOPHIA AINSLIE, JOSEPH BARBIERI, KEN BECK, GARRY KNOX BENNETT, GERRY BERGSTEIN, PETER BROOKE, JOHN ERIC BYERS, LANA Z CAPLAN, HARRIET CASDIN-SILVER, NICOLE CHESNEY, NELSON DA COSTA, ALICE DENISON, YIZHAK ELYASHIV, ROBERT FERRANDINI, RICK FOX, GREGORY GILLESPIE, HANK GILPIN, JACLYN KAIN, MASAKO KAMIYA, JOO LEE KANG, MARTIN KLINE, MARY KOCOL, KEIRA KOTLER

RECEPTION : FRIDAY, MAY 5, 6 – 8 PM
AFTER PARTY : FRIDAY, MAY 5, 8 – 11 PM

Gallery NAGA
67 Newbury Street, Boston

 

 

Alchemy Film and Moving Image Festival

Alchemy Film and Moving Image Festival
Hawick, Scotland
March 2-5, 2017

Screening Lana Z Caplan’s Maelstroms
Reasons to be Anxious, part 3, March 3, 12 noon.

In its seventh year, Alchemy Film and Moving Image Festival is an international festival of experimental film and artists’ moving image in Hawick, Scotland. The 2016 festival screened 124 films from 26 countries, with 44 UK or World premieres and over fifty filmmakers in attendance. Alchemy Film & Arts also engages in developmental projects for experimental film and artists’ moving image production in Scotland, including artists’ filmmaking residencies, filmmaking symposia, international and rural touring programmes, and community filmmaking initiatives.

 

 

AMT Festival

Microscope Gallery Event Series

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video still, Maelstroms, Lana Z Caplan 2015

 

Microscope Gallery Event Series
Monday October 17, 7:30pm

Maps, Monuments, and Meditation Exercises”
Together the works in the program, which range from 15 seconds to 15 minutes, take on major issues of our times such as border control, power and privilege, sex work, and our conflicted relationship with technology, often incorporating personal experience, literature and poetry, and an appreciation for the absurd.

Featuring works by Lana Z Caplan, Sasha Waters Freyer, Jerimiah Jones, Annie Rose Malamet, Jung Hee Mun, Sarada Rauch, Josh Sender, Katya Yakubov.

Q&A w/ New York area artists following the screening

Microscope Gallery
1329 Willoughby Ave, #2B
Brooklyn, NY 11237

www.microscopegallery.com

 

 

ACRE TV presents: RE/NIGHT/LIVE/MARE

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ACRE TV presents:
RE/NIGHT/LIVE/MARE

Streaming on ACRETV.org:
November 1 – December 31, 2016
Concept by Joseph Herring
Programmed by Joseph Herring, Kera MacKenzie, and Andrew Mausert-Mooney

RE/NIGHT/LIVE/MARE re- considers your nightmares; re- examines your daydreams; re- contextualizes pre-existing (video art? videotaped performance work? found footage?) through re- presenting, re- editing, re -mixing. Featuring works that re- search, re- consider, re- examine, re- contextualize nightmares, daydreams, flying-fancies, hyper-realities. Also included: live re- mixing pre- existing work with new live footage to re- consider it in under the cold, hard, clinical (or soft warm fuzzy *wicked grin ) light of the telematic screen.

RE/NIGHT/LIVE/MARE includes work by Alejandro Sajgalik, Antonio Anton, Arthur Tuoto, Blanca Rego, Chanhee Choi, Chris Collins, Dakota Gearhart, Danielle Zorbas, David Ian Bellows/Griess, Devin Harclerode, DSK (Juan Lesta & Belén Montero), Dxn Anahí, Eden Mitsenmacher, Francesca Fini, Heejin Jang, Isabelle McGuire, Jan & Dave, Janelle VanderKelen, Jen Clay, Katya Yakubov, Lana Z Caplan, Lauren Kimball-Brown & Julia Zinn, Lauren Valley, Leslie Rogers, Lili White, Lori Felker, Maddie Hewitt, Manuela De Laborde, Mark Kent, Nowhere Mountain, Paul Wiersbinski, Richard Haley, Tommy Becker, Usumurasaki, Vivian Ostrovsky, Yvette Granata, and Zachary Epcar.

Featuring live broadcasts by Alejandro T Acierto, Jan & Dave, Jen Clay, and Richard Haley.

 

 

CRIBS

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CRIBS
November 1-18, 2016

CRIBS is a show of music videos and places to sit and watch them!
Featuring Music Videos By:
Bob Weisz
Hannah Patterson
Dave Hannon
Lana Z Caplan
Lark Vcr
Nick Rodrigues
Ethan Kiermaier
Casey Coleman
Peter Mack
Nick Criscuolu
LA Warman
Coley Mixan
Tony Flackett
Coorain Coo-baby Devin

Organized by Ethan Kiermaier

Union Gallery
University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Hours: Mon – Thurs 10-5, Fri 10-3

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