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Spectacle and the Archive: Tom Whiteside of Durham Cinematheque @ Power Plant Gallery

May 20 @ 8:00 pm

Free

Artist’s talk with Tom Whiteside/Durham Cinematheque

Third Friday Durham, May 20th, 8pm (please note updated time)
Exhibition dates: May 20 – June 11

“Attractions and Distractions” Artist’s talk on early cinema and experimental film, with new multiscreen works SWIM and Trips through Film History, featuring different versions of “A Trip to the Moon” by Georges Melies, 1902.

Tom Whiteside is a visual artist, film historian, and collector with interests in experimental film, early cinema, and regional film history. Since 1991 he has presented more than 100 screenings as Durham Cinematheque in a wide variety of venues, ranging from the outdoor Movies in the Park series to microcinema programs in his downtown Durham studio, home of the Analog Museum.

This gallery exhibition includes projections, lightboxes, and objects made from motion picture gear and image machine ephemera. There will be open studio dates during the residency as well as a screening series (TBA). The screening series will include new work in 16mm film and video as well as a retrospective of Durham Cinematheque programs.

In a career of more than 40 years, Whiteside has exhibited work at the North Carolina Museum of Art, the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University, Full Frame Documentary Film Festival, Black Maria Film Festival, Strange Beauty Film Festival, and many others. He lives in Hillsborough.

Details

Date:
May 20
Time:
8:00 pm
Cost:
Free
Event Category:
https://powerplantgallery.duke.edu/exhibitions/spectacle-and-archive

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Power Plant Gallery
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powerplantgallery@duke.edu
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Power Plant Gallery
320 Blackwell Street, Suite 100
Durham, NC 27701 United States
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