Posts Tagged ‘Brunswick’

LECTURE: Artist Talk | Sammy Baloji

Posted on: November 13th, 2018 by Charlie Gauvin No Comments

Sammy Baloji was born in 1978 in Lubumbashi, in the mineral-rich Katanga province of Democratic Republic of Congo. He studied Computer and Information Sciences and Communication at the University of Lubumbashi. With a borrowed camera, he began photographing scenes as sources for his cartoons. He soon enrolled in photography courses in DRC, and continued with photography and video at Ecole Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs, in Strasbourg, France. Baloji juxtaposes photographic realities, combining past and present, the real and the ideal, to illicit glaring cultural and historical tensions. He explores architecture and the human body as traces of social history, sites of memory, and witnesses to operations of power.

 

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FILM: Maineland

Posted on: October 11th, 2018 by Charlie Gauvin No Comments

Image result for frontier cafe logoChinese teenagers from the wealthy elite who have big American dreams settle into a boarding school in small-town Maine. As their fuzzy visions of the American dream slowly gain more clarity, their relationship to home takes on a poignant new aspect.

 

Screenings at 3pm and 7pm at Frontier Café and Cinema in Brunswick. Ticketed event.

 

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FILM: Maineland

Posted on: October 10th, 2018 by Charlie Gauvin No Comments

Image result for frontier cafe logoChinese teenagers from the wealthy elite who have big American dreams settle into a boarding school in small-town Maine. As their fuzzy visions of the American dream slowly gain more clarity, their relationship to home takes on a poignant new aspect.

 

Screening at Frontier Café and Cinema in Brunswick. Ticketed event.

 

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FILM: Maineland

Posted on: October 9th, 2018 by Charlie Gauvin No Comments

Image result for frontier cafe logoChinese teenagers from the wealthy elite who have big American dreams settle into a boarding school in small-town Maine. As their fuzzy visions of the American dream slowly gain more clarity, their relationship to home takes on a poignant new aspect.

 

Screenings at 3pm and 7pm at Frontier Café and Cinema in Brunswick. Ticketed event.

 

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