Kawita Vatanajyankur, Tools (video series), 2012-2014. Courtesy of the artist and Nova Contemporary
TWELFTH SEASON OF LANDMARKS VIDEO ANNOUNCED
This fall marks the twelfth season of Landmarks Video, a curated program of highly regarded and influential video art from the past six decades. Launching September 1, videos by Michael Robinson, Michael Snow, and Luis Voldovin—originally scheduled for last season but postponed due to COVID-19—will be screened, along with new selections by Robyn O’Neil, Polina Kanis, Kawita Vatanajyankur, and others.
Running September 2021 - August 2022, the new season showcases both national and international artists. Highlights include Garrett Bradley’s Alone (2017), an exploration of mass incarnation in the United States through the experience of a young Black couple in New Orleans; The Great Silence (2014) by Jennifer Allora and Guillermo Calzadilla, which investigates the relationship between humans, animals, and the cosmos in the search for intelligent life; and Allison Schulnik’s single-channel animation, Moth (2019), comprised of hundreds of gouache paintings created by Schulnik, set against a composition by Erik Satie.
Landmarks Video 2021-2022 Season:
Sept. 2021: Kawita Vatanajyankur, Tools, 2012-14
*Oct. 2021: Kota Ezawa, Simpson Verdict, 2002
Nov. 2021: Allora & Calzadilla, The Great Silence, 2014
Dec. 2021: Robyn O’Neil, WE, THE MASSES, 2011
Jan. 2022: Polina Kanis, Celebration, 2014
Feb. 2022: Garrett Bradley, Alone, 2017
March 2022: Allison Schulnik, Moth, 2019
April 2022: Jacolby Satterwhite, Healing in My House, 2016
*May 2022: Luis Valdovino, Work in Progress, 1990
*June 2022: Michael Robinson, The Dark, Krystle, 2013
*July 2022: Michael Snow, WVLNT, 1966-67/2003
Aug. 2022: David Ellis, Animal, 2010
* Indicates works from last season that were postponed due to COVID-19 and will be on view this season
Read the full press release on Landmarks' Press Page.