Friday Feb 2, 2018
Albuquerque, NM 87102
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A film essay and multimedia art installation by The Line/Assembled Collective. Runs through Feb. 7.
these are the days, my friends, these are the days’ is a film essay and multi media art installation by ‘the line/assembled collective’. It defies linear narratives, be they political, historical or personal, pointing out the interrelation of global events that not only impact and structure our daily experience, but raise questions of personal responsibility in maintaining structures of knowledge. If we begin with the sugar crisis and end with a bottle of champagne — what exactly happened in between? Can we deconstruct our ways of performing knowledge? Perhaps we can begin to find questions only when we allow all the complexities and implications to coexist.
The ‘these are the days, my friends, these are the days’
Film Screening,Talk and Reception will be held at the CFA Downtown Studio
on Thursday, January 25, 2018 from 5:30-8pm and is open to the public.
The ‘these are the days, my friends, these are the days’ exhibition will be on
display at the CFA Downtown Studio (113 4th St. NW) in Albuquerque, NM from January 19 — February 7th, 2018. The CFA Downtown Studio gallery hours are Wednesdays and Fridays 10:00 am — 6:00 pm or by appointment.
For information about the event and/or the project please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
the line/assembled collective is lara goldmann and jordana goldmann.
jordana goldmann is a filmmaker currently based in Berlin. Her training as a media and visual anthropologist informs her research-based practice in healthcare settings including the University of Florida College of Medicine, where she worked with Dr. Christopher Cogle on documentaries for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society showcasing the impact of the Affordable Care Act (ACA). She produced her thesis film at the Pediatric Pulmonary Division of UF Health showing how the use of visual research methods can help improve understanding between health care providers and patients in a clinical setting. Jordana is a grant recipient of the MCHB of the US Department of Health and Human Services. Jordana’s research has been presented at symposiums in cooperation with the American Lung Association at the St. Petersburg College in Florida and at the University of New Mexico and published in Virtual Environments and Cultures — A Collection of Social Anthropological Research in Virtual Cultures and Landscapes, Frankfurt am Main.
lara goldmann is a multidisciplinary artist, writer and curator currently based in
Albuquerque. lara’s work has been exhibited at the Berlin University of the Arts, SOMA (DF), Academy of Fine Arts Munich, Maryland Institute College of Art, the Academy of Fine Arts Berlin, the Ox-Bow School of Art, SITE Santa Fe, the Albuquerque Museum, Galerie Koal, and Haus am Lützowplatz. lara is the recipient of both the DAAD Postgraduate Stipend and the Hans Purmann Preis der Stadt Speyer. Goldmann’s artwork and curatorial projects have been exhibited internationally in Mexico, China, Germany, the United Kingdom, and Switzerland.