August 30, 2014

12:30 pm — 5:00 pm

12:30 – 1:30PM DIVIDED DAUGHTERS Swan Moon & Julie Moon with Dawn Garcia
A 30 minute segment of five, 6min looping video art pieces of Divided Daughters or other sisters engaging in some kind of back and forth motion.

1:45-2:30PM COMMUNIST TV Ken Ehrlich
Taking the talk show as a template, Communist Television is s series of conversations about contemporary communist currents and the relationships developing globally between contemporary political insurgency and aesthetic practices.

3:00 – 3:30 PM SUBJECT vs. OBJECT #2 Yelena Zhelezov
Subject vs Object #2 takes form of mini period series, with 4 episodes of about 6 minutes each. The narrative concerns a relationship between 2 people, both played by Yelena Zhelezov in real time. It is modeled on the TV genre of drawing room drama; it’s a dissection of a relationship–an internal dialogue between the object and the subject of desire.

The text is constructed using philosophical publications on the nature of subject and object and excerpts from personal gchat conversations about romances, reflecting the inability to access the mind of another and the resulting tendency to construct imaginary scenarios for ourselves.

KCHUNG TV Production Crew
Creative Directors: KChung Community Members
Project Organizers: KChung TV Committee Volunteers
Video Producers: Dawn Garcia, Luke Fischbeck, Michal Kamran, Mike Kelley, Margie Schnibbe, Gabie Strong, Evan Walsh
Field Producer: Brandt Wrightsman
Camera: Jennifer Moon, Mike Kelley, Kchung community members
Sound: Paul Carter, Jonathan Pierce
Station Manager: Michal Kamran, Keith Rocka Knittel, Gabie Strong, Evan Walsh

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