Justin Morrison 'After Nauman' in SD City Beat by Rachel Michelle Fernandes
Executive Director, Nick Lesley, in SD City Beat by Jeff Terich
SPACE TIME in the San Diego Reader by Chad Deal
'Apple Pie' screening in SD City Beat by Rachel Michelle Fernandes
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SPACE TIME cultivates the creation, presentation and performance of time-based artworks in San Diego. Focusing on sound installation, video installation, movement, generative and computational art, game art, micro-cinema screenings, music, and multi-media performance, SPACE TIME advances the role of artworks that exist outside conventional listening, viewing, and theatrical structures. SPACE TIME invites artists and curators from all over the world to further engage the San Diego community in global art activities, providing access to works by world renowned artists through public programs, and creating links to contemporary artists in the Southern California region. While focusing largely on the local community and the network of arts organizations, SPACE TIME strives to involve San Diego in the global conversation, so that artists, curators, and critics from around the world are aware of the activities in San Diego.
In accordance with the suggestions of Social Distancing, we've decided to postpone this event. In conversations with Bread & Salt, and the artist Kate Clark, everyone agrees that we must take this situation seriously and do our best to prevent the spread of COVID-19. We plan to host this event sometime in the future. Please be careful. Take care of yourself, and do your best to slow the spread of this virus.
"Barbara Hammer weaves striking images of four contemporary gay and lesbian couples with footage of an unearthed, forbidden, and invisible history, searching eroded emulsions and images for lost vestiges of queer culture. Questions of historic representation are examined through addressing the margins, between-the-line readings, and images outside of prescribed textual boundaries."
"As part of the project Queen’s Circle, over two years [Kate Clark] interviewed drag queens, dykes, madames, leather daddies, police officers, defense lawyers, health officials, adult actors, politicians, and park rangers about their relationship to the surveillance, management, and celebration of LGBTQ hookup culture in Balboa Park, San Diego, California."