Sat. & Sun 1-6pm
Friday, October 9th & Saturday, October 10th
8:30 PM, approximately 1 hour run time
Screening her experimental documentary From JBAD: Lessons Learned
Join us for either night. It will be the same piece shown on both nights.
The evening will also feature work by artists Kelly Coats, Josh Mannis, and a new recording by Joe Potts.
As an artist representing an experimental literary press, Danielle
Adair embedded with US Forces in Afghanistan last November.
Join us for either night as Adair will be screening her experimental
documentary From JBAD: Lessons Learned,
which examines the military’s language of counterinsurgency.
Within the realities of counter-intelligence discourse when is a "you" generally
employed instead of an "I," and how do "we" qualify
as "we" in different contexts, or for that matter, when do "we" become "they"?
With an eye toward experimental geography and the desire within verite
cinema, From JBAD: Lessons Learned involves modeling and emulation
in investigating what it means to be "embedded." This screening
is part of Adair’s First Assignment (www.first-assignment.com)
series of projects.