CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 7/11/2017
Friday, July 14, photographer Adam Bartos, writer Susan Howe, filmmaker Michael Almereyda, and writer Ben Lerner will appear on a Metrograph panel celebrating Studio: Remembering Chris Marker. The discussion will follow screenings of Marker's Cat Listening to Music; Agnes Varda's Agnès de ci de là Varda, in which she visits Marker's studio; and Ouvroir, The Film, Marker's Second Life exploration featuring his cat, Guillaume-en-Égypte. After the panel, Bartos will sign copies of the book.
ADAM BARTOS visited and photographed Chris Marker’s workspace beginning in the early 2000s. Bartos’ images paired with text by Colin MacCabe, and an introduction by Ben Lerner, resulted in the gorgeous new book, Studio: Remembering Chris Marker. A screening of Marker's Cat Listening to Music; Agnes Varda's Agnès de ci de là Varda, in which she visits Marker's studio; and Ouvroir, The Film, Marker's Second Life exploration featuring his cat, Guillaume-en-Égypte, will be followed by a panel discussion with Michael Almereyda, Susan Howe, and Ben Lerner. After the panel, Bartos will be signing copies of the book.
MICHAEL AIMEREYDA is a screenwriter and director, whose work includes Hamlet (2000) and Experimenter (2015). He is the recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship, The Moving Image Creative Capital Award, and the National Society of Film Critics Special Citation.
SUSAN HOWE is the recipient of two American Book Awards, Yale University’s Bollingen Prize in American Poetry, and a Guggenheim Fellowship. Her most recent poetry collection, Debths (2017), will be available at the Metrograph book store.
BEN LERNER is a poet and novelist whose publications include Angle of Yaw (2006), a finalist for the National Book Award; The Lichtenberg Figures (2004), a Hayden Carruth Award winner; and, most recently, The Hatred of Poetry (2016).
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