Marfa Dialogues

The Bike-In: A Night of Video Art

19 August 2012


To launch our new Education and Outreach programming, Ballroom Marfa presents “The Bike-In: A Night of Video Art,” in which a selection of short films from Artists’ Film International will be screened in Ballroom Marfa’s outdoor courtyard on 19 August at 9 pm. The feature presentation is the North American selection by Ballroom Marfa’s associate curator Erin Kimmel entitled, I could be anybody, I could be somebody., by L.A. based artist Dan Finsel. We hope to host many more “Bike-Ins” to complement future exhibitions.

The Screening:

Dan Finsel (Los Angeles, United States) – I Would Love Farah, Farah, Farah – 20:24

Aleksandar Jestrovic Jamesdin (Belgrade, Serbia) – Gypsy Style – 5:14

Anetta Mona Chisa & Lucia Tkacova (Berlin, Germany) – Manifesto of Futurist Woman (Let’s Conclude) – 10:14

Nguyen Trinh Thi (Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam) – Song To The Front – 5:13

Liu Chaung (Hong Kong, Hong Kong) – Untitled (Festival) – 5:14

Liu Chaung (Hong Kong, Hong Kong) – Untitled (The Dancing Partner) – 5:15

Corin Sworn (London, United Kingdom) – Lens Prism – 15:13

Semer Memisoglu (Istanbul, Turkey) – BREEZE – 8:18

Karim Debbagh (Tanger, Morocco) – Creating A Legend – 45:43

This program has been made possible by the generous support of the Brown Foundation, Inc., Houston and Ballroom Marfa members. Special thanks to Jessica Brassler, Cory Lovell, Baker Montgomery, Sam Schonzeit, JP Schwartz, Dan Shiman, Gory Smelley, and Richard Telles Fine Art, Los Angeles.