| On Wednesday 14 March
in Seattle, the Independent
Exposure screening series presents the Monument
Recall: Public Memory and Public Spaces program -
presenting work by a range of contemporary international
artists, designers, architects and writers that expand
the breadth of what we are accustomed to seeing in public
monuments or memorials.
While monuments speak to the future from the past, filmmaking appears to capture the present moment.
This program explores the dialogue between monuments and what we choose to remember or forget.
The shorts run the gamut from a chronicle about skyscrapers to the quest to build the world's largest rubberband ball.
This one hour program includes works by Amy Harrison,
Amy Youngs, David Fenster, Ellen Lake, Irina Botea,
Irina Botea, Karen Vanderborght, Niharika & Anjora
& Smriti Hariharan & Noronha & Mehra, Roderick
Hietbrink, Roger Beebe, Rudy Lemcke, and Sandro Del
Also as part of our LOCAL
SPOTLIGHT, we’re screening Descent of the Grand Canyon in 5 Minutes
by Matt Wilkins.
Independent Exposure screens at The
Central Cinema, Seattle's only movie-dinner-theater.
Central Cinema offers beer & wine plus a full menu
available at all shows with waiter service in the theater.
Independent Exposure returns to Seattle courtesy of
Microcinema International, Central Cinema and Emerald
Reels. The series will continue on the 2nd Wednesday
of each month with a new program each month.
1411 21st Avenue (21st & Union)
14 March 2007 @ 7pm & 9pm | $5
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