This fall marks the fourteenth season of Landmarks Video, a curated program of highly regarded and influential video art from the past six decades. Running September 2023 - August 2024, the new season showcases ten video works by national and international artists.
Highlights include Carrie Mae Weems’ Meaning and Landscape (2003-2004), a work which questions power structures through silhouette-based mimicry; Something Happened this Spring (2021) by Nikolay Karabinovytch, which bluntly recalls violence that took place on May 2, 2014 in Odesa, Ukraine; and Michael Smith's, Go For It, Mike (1984) a 1980's music video parody riffing on the concept of the American Dream.
Landmarks Video 2023-2024 Season:
- Sept. 2023: Laura Hermanides, Anahit, 2022
- Oct. 2023: Leonora de Barros, Homenagem a George Segal (Homage to George Segal), 1984
- Nov. 2023: Nikolay Karabinovytch, Something Happened this Spring, 2021
- Dec. 2023: Frieder Haller, Scum Scam Scum, 2021
- Jan. 2024: Matthew Ritchie, Caudex, 2022
- Feb. 2024: Carrie Mae Weems, Meaning and Landscape, 2003-2004
- March 2024: Cinthia Marcelle, Confrontation (Unus Mundus Series), 2005
- *April 2024: Michael Smith, Go For It, Mike, 1984
- *May 2024: VLM (Virginia L. Montgomery), Honey Moon, 2019
- Summer 2024: David Ellis, Animal, 2010
* Indicates works from last season that were postponed to this season
Image: Still from Carrie Mae Weems, Meaning and Landscape, 2003-2004.