Slipstreams presented by Critical Distance

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Project

Slipstreams

Date(s)

Sep 19 07:00 PM

Sep 20 07:00 PM

Sep 17 02:00 PM

Location

Cinesphere presented by Air France

Type

Film & Video

Sponsors

Project Descriptions:
Slipstreams, a program of moving-image works presented by the Critical Distance Centre for Curators (formerly TYPOLOGY), explores the slippage of time between past and future. Featuring works by Morehshin Allahyari, Maria Flawia Litwin, Manual Saiz, Marianna Milhorat and Terence Nance, Slipstreams explores the human desire to transcend the present.

1
Morehshin Allahyari (Brooklyn)
In Mere Spaces All Things Are Side By Side, 2014
3D animation, 4:24

2
Maria Flawia Litwin (Toronto)
que je nous embrasse, 2013
Video, 3:38

3
Manuel Saiz (Logroño, Spain)
Parallel Paradises Japan, 2006
Digital video, 5:00

4
Marianna Milhorat (Chicago)
L’Internationale, 2010
16mm to DV, 9:10

5
Terence Nance (Brooklyn)
You and I and You, 2015
HD video, 7:42

About The Critical Distance Centre for Curators:
Critical Distance Centre for Curators (CDCC) is a not-for-profit initiative and space devoted to the support and advancement of curatorial practice and inquiry in Toronto, Canada, and beyond. Building on the foundation and program we've established over the past three years as TYPOLOGY, we will continue to provide opportunities and resources to curators and artists for the production of exhibitions, editions, and events within a critical framework. At the same time, we are adapting our model and mandate in response to the need, voiced to us by local and national curators, for a truly vital curatorial community—one that pursues, shares and supplies information, advocacy, opportunity, and resources for practitioners at all stages in their professional development. Through our relaunch as Critical Distance, we will embark on an open and inclusive process over the next several months and years to share information, explore ideas, establish key priorities, and develop new programs in support of diverse curatorial practices and perspectives. Anyone interested in participating, building, joining, and supporting a truly dedicated space and centre for curating is invited to get in touch and get involved.