Saturday, October 20, 2018
Part of Frame Rate: Wild Art Party
Using site specific video footage shot at Blue Roof Studios as well as a collection of props and studio materials, PAUL PESCADOR will discuss the role of the church in his own childhood as well as Latino culture. He will examine the ritualistic aspect of Catholicism and how this manifests in communal gathering as well as its historic relationship to colonization.
Paul Pescador is an artist, filmmaker, performer and writer discussing social interactions and intimacy as they pertain to his own personal identity and history. He graduated with an MFA from University of California, Irvine and a BA from University of Southern California. Selected performances include: Machine Projects, Los Angele; Los Angeles Contemporary Archives; Performa 2015; Colony, New York; UC Berkeley: Durham Studio Theater; PAM, Los Angeles; Hammer Museum, with KCHUNG TV, Los Angeles; REDCAT, Los Angeles; Guggenheim Gallery at Chapman University, Los Angeles; and ForYourArt, Los Angeles. http://paulpescador.com/main.html
Support for this Frame Rate is Provided by:
THE OFFIELD FAMILY FOUNDATION
LOS ANGELES COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF ARTS AND CULTURE
LAND NOMADIC COUNCIL