ALT | Modes
Obsessed with thru-hiking the Pacific Coast Trail, a rigorous 2,663 miles between Mexico and Canada, LHB delves into questions of ‘queer rurality’; how queer lives are lived beyond urban contexts and how they exist in wilderness. Over her two-decade-long career (including now representing Scotland at the 2019 Venice Biennale), Charlotte Prodger has recently picked up numerous accolades—she was nominated for this year’s Turner Prize and last year’s Jarman Award. Continuing her ongoing exploration into the complex relationships between bodies, identity, technology and time, using a camera-phone Prodger documents "an intimate queer territoriality [outside] the gender-delineated spaces within which bodies are and are not allowed to piss."—LUX
Screens in program MODES 1
After the screening on Sunday, Oct. 7, please join us for light refreshments after a short walk to our community partner’s head office, HCMA Architecture + Design (400-675 West Hastings). Starting at 4:00pm, HCMA will lead a discussion around some of the themes and issues brought to light in MODES 1. Director and installation artist, Dimitri Venkov (Hymns of Muscovy) will join us via Skype from Moscow to take a deeper dive into his work.
This is a FREE event and open to all. Please reserve a seat on the Eventbrite listing.