A collage of Asian American home movies with an original score fills San Francisco’s Chinatown with light and sound.
A radical sci-fi fantasy of Otherness and communication told through a live performance and video game.
Experimental portraiture from the McEvoy Family Collection and new artistic commissions cultivate alternative images of selfhood and womanhood.
Short films offer new temporal spaces for considering how images and narratives construct meaning, artifice, and memory.
A lively discussion on technology and the female body with pioneering media artist Lynn Hershman Leeson and feminist scholar Peggy Phelan.
A selection of short films by women artists explore the moving power of portraiture and feminism.
A participatory social sculpture by Lawrence Weiner highlights the playful themes in 'Next to You.'
Discover a site-specific, GPS-enabled musical installation with new music by Kronos Quartet in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park.
Next to You is a secret reverie for those longing for the energy of a crowd and a meditative space for recovering long dormant senses as a new world unfolds.
Hearing Aids considers a new sensory sensitivity to our surroundings and a greater awareness of the body’s intricacies of communication.
Composers Danny Clay and Theresa Wong perform a newly commissioned score to accompany a film collage exploring Asian American history.
A selection of short films reveal the soft power of dance to spark joy and dismantle dominant narratives.