NOW: A Video Art Ritual

SF Camerawork

Presenting a multi-screen, audience participatory performance and video installation produced by performance and video artist Monet Clark and media artist John Sanborn. NOW is guided by two hilarious opposing (s)heros: the sarcastic rage filled, haute goth Catharsis and the vamp, valkyrie yogini Perspicacious. Within 10 screens, including a projection on water, they explore the nexus between technology and ritual by inviting their audience's participation, guiding them through a personal process.

This is what SF/Arts curator Christian L. Frock had to say about NOW: A Video Art Ritual :

This exhibition centers around an elaborate, 10-screen, participatory video art installation created by John Sanborn and Monet Clark and featuring oppositional heroines Catharsis and Perspicacious. Set to explore cultural appropriation, evolution, global warming, punk rock ideology and spiritual philosophy, the work promises a ritualistic experience for the current political climate.

Event Info
Feb 08 → Apr 07
Tue-Fri noon-6 pm, Sat noon-5 pm
SF Camerawork
1011 Market, San Francisco
Info: 415-487-1011
Venue: 512-2020
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