Dirty Looks NYC: Three Years
Wednesday, January 29 8:30PM

The Spectrum
59 Montrose Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11206

Dirty Looks NYC culls from our first three years of programming with film and video spanning 1990 - 2013, all titles which shaped or defined Dirty Looks NYC as a project and the queer moment, at large. Looking back from the edge of queer futurity, Dirty Looks NYC: Three Years features queer takes on Black Power, riot grrrl, maternity, and Madonna's "Vogue," culminating with a live performance of new material by Colin Self.

Program:

Tom Rubnitz, The Mother Show (with Tom Koken and Barbara Lipp), video, 5min., 1981 (edited 1991)
Chris E. Vargas, Extraordinary Pregnancies, video, 10min., 2010
Narcissister, The Basket (w Josef Kraska), video, 5min., 2013
Charles Atlas, Butcher's Vogue, video, 5min., 1990
Michael Robinson, The Dark, Krystle, video, 9min., 2013
Luther Price, Home, Super8 and video, 12min., 1990-99
Charles Lofton, O Happy Day, 16mm transferred to video, 6min., 1996
Jill Reiter, Frenzy, Super8mm on video, 10min., 1993
Michael Lucid, Dirty Girls, Video, 18min., 1996/2000
Colin Self, TBA, performance, 2014

The screening will be followed by a celebratory moment (3 years!), with music provided by Brother B (Bruno Coviello)

'Home' by Luther Price was Preserved by Anthology Film Archives with support from The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts