2019 2018 2017
MARATHON SCREENINGS is a series of salon-style film & video presentations that invites international and LA-based artists to share their work and engage in meaningful dialogue. The program includes films that range from short, conceptual videos to feature-length experimental documentaries, in addition to performances and lectures. The films discuss issues surrounding individual identity, representation, and historical consciousness in a shifting geopolitical landscape.

Note from the Curator: What began as an intimate gathering in my living room has since grown to include a roving series hosted by art-loving individuals in their homes, nonprofit art spaces, and now Zoom. The series was born from a casual conversation and a desire to give video art the platform it deserves. It has since grown to accommodate a growing appetite for presenting talented and challenging work in a non-hierarchical environment. With an emphasis on engaged, organic conversations, the screenings took place around a communal dinner, and plenty of wine. While Covid-19 has removed this wonderful feature, it has since introduced a new opportunity to connect with moderators and participants from all over the world. I look forward to reconnecting with all of you in person, but until then let’s savor this sliver lining and consider what we can do to make this world a more welcoming and safe home for everyone. Happy New Year!  

The series is produced by LA-based curator Asha Bukojemsky. BIO here

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Jane Chang Mi, ゴジラ /ɡɒdˈzɪlə/, 2020, Single-channel video, 96 min

If you believe in the end of structuralised racism, police brutality and greater equality for black communities
please visit Black Lives Matter and consider donating to the following funds (this is just a small sampling):
George Floyd Family Fundraiser
I Run with Maud
Justice for Breonna Taylor
American Civil Liberties Union 
NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund
Minnesota Freedom Fund
Mutual Aid
National Black Disability Coalition
How to support black-owned businesses: Finimpac

If you wish to better educate yourself: How to Be an Antiracist by Ibram X.Kendi 
( as well as his own complied reading list )
Remember, No One Is Coming to Save Us by Roxane Gay
Me and White Supremacy by Layla F.Saad