An Evening with Nao Bustamante
An Evening with Nao BustamanteDate posted: 2011-02-28 12:22:27
The Museum of Modern Art Department of Film Documentary Fortnight 2011
An Evening with Nao Bustamante: Melted, Plotting Out a Cross-Genre Narrative
Monday February 28, 2011, 7:00 p.m.
Bustamante presents some of her many performance and video works, featuring personae ranging from vulnerable anti-heroines to dominant, sturdy protectors. The artist's appearance on Bravo's recent reality show Work of Art: The Next Great Artist led to her creation of Tierra y Libertad – Kevlar® 2945 (2011), a typical Edwardian garment worn by the women that fought in the early part of the Mexican Revolution, reproduced in Kevlar®, a fabric of the 21st century, and then tested on a ballistic range. Other works to be excerpted are Silver & Gold (2009), her 'filmformance' evoking legendary filmmaker Jack Smith; Find Yourself Through Me (2005), a digital portrait involving audience members; and America, the Beautiful (1995), on the blond sex-kitten archetype.
March 28, 2018 7:00 PM
Experimental Media and Performing Arts Center, Studio 1
A video installation of an essay film meditating on the 1977 Oscars and a documentary on Rhodesia which aired at the same time one month and one day before the essay filmmaker, Maureen Jolie Anderson, was born.