LACE ARCHIVES


Jan 1, 2000

Video

GOLD: a film by Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster and Ange Leccia

Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster and Ange Leccia were Artists in Residence with Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibition during the month of October, 1999, in conjunction with Cote Ouest: A Season of Contemporary Art . While in residency, Gonzalez-Foerster and Leccia began principle production on their collaborative film Gold, (previously titled Abstraction Valley), to ... read more >

Oct 10, 1996

Video

LACE Hollywood Festival

Located in venues throughout Hollywood, the festival celebrated 100 years of the moving image through art and included performances, installations, films and the LACE/AFI Video Festival. In addition to an ongoing installation/performance by Carter Potter, Film Fall Re-Fill, at the Francis Howard Goldwyn Library, an installation/exhibition by Donald Kreiger at ... read more >

Aug 8, 1996

Video

LA Freewaves: A Celebration of Independent Video

Exchange Value videos by Adbusters, Jesse Drew, Harry Gamboa Jr., Steve Grossman, Steve Matheson, Antonio Ogaz, Eric Saks and Melinda Stone. Inside the Interior videos by Susan Barnet, Andrew Becerra, Dan Boord and Greg Durbin, Cheryl Dunye, Jesse Farias, Eve Luckring, Charles Parsons, Jocelyn Taylor, and Jerone Thomas, with a ... read more >

Apr 4, 1996

Video

Three Programs of Independent Mexican videos

Curated by Gregorio Rocha, Gustava Vazquez and Jesse Lerner, the program provided an important forum for dissenting views about Mexican identity. The program featured: Corazon Sangrante by Ximena Cuevas; Oye Perro! by Rafael Tonatiuh; Carmina and Quetzalcoatl by Rafael Tonatiuh; No One is Innocent by Sarah Minter; Political Violence in ... read more >

Nov 11, 1995

Video

Millenial Culture/VideoAnnuale

Curated by Christine Tamblyn and featured work by Eric Saks, Daniel Williams, Roy Walford and Ann B. Faison. read more >

Jun 6, 1995

Video

Tourism into the 21st Century

An installation by Portland McCormick using sumptuous dry pigments collected in India to evoke spatial illusions that recall her experience on the subcontinent, and Have You Been Served, an exhibition of Ryan Hill's panoramic visions of pleasure, spectacle and decadence on large hand-cranked loops that refer to the early days ... read more >

May 5, 1993

Video

Gender and Its Multiples

This festival featured experimental videos that challenged normalcy in personal experience, media representation and traditional filmic narratives. The program included: Alethiea by Tran T. Kim-Trang; Demarcations by Kym Rajusa; Song of the Goddess and Diversion by Ellen Pau; Fly the Friendly Sky by Pablo Tapay Bautista; She Said Why Me? ... read more >

Apr 4, 1993

Video

VideoLACE Rough Cuts

Presentation of video art in its rough and raw form. read more >

Mar 3, 1993

Video

VideoLACE Rough Cuts

Presentation of video art in its rough and raw form. read more >

Dec 12, 1992

Video

VideoLACE Rough Cuts

Presentation of the newest video art in its rough and raw form. read more >