SEX ON THE FRITZ

Screening, exhibition, & event

Curated by Astria Suparak
For the 7th Annual New York Underground Film Festival
@ Anthology Film Archives, New York, NY
March 8-11, 2000

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SEX ON THE FRITZ: Performance Anxiety

March 9, 2000

Film, video, audio  by:
Stephanie Barber, Miranda July, Matt McCormick, Laura Parnes, Jennifer Reeder, Karen Yasinsky

Dis-ease and uncomfort within desire. Sexual development in the age of the spectacle.

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PROGRAM

1. WSNO, Miranda July*, 1998, audio piece with gel over projector light, 9:12 minutes
2. No Place Like Home #1, Karen Yasinsky*, 1999, video, 5 min.
3. No Place Like Home #2, Karen Yasinsky*, 1999, video, 6 min.
4. Performance, Laura Parnes*, 1995, video, 4 min.
5. Sincerely, Joe P. Bear, Matt McCormick*, 1999, 16mm, 4 min.
6. pornfilm, Stephanie Barber, 1998, 16mm, 4min.
7. Lullaby, Jennifer Reeder, 1999, video, 18 min.
8. Talent Show, Laura Parnes*, 1996, video, 4 min.
* Filmmaker will be present.

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Special Event Party & Installation

Guest curated by Astria Suparak
For the 7th Annual New York Underground Film Festival’s music and performance sidebar, CINE-PHONIC
@ CBGB’s Downstairs Gallery, 313 Bowery Ave., New York, NY
Live event starting at 10pm on March 9, 2000; Installation up through March 11, 2000

Live video-mixing (laptop and Whirligig software) by Jennifer and Kevin McCoy.

Glitter Fat: Fashion Maggot raw-meat fashion show by Luther Price.

Raw: Installation and video by Jennifer Sullivan.
Life-sized cardboard standees of people and places from family photos and childhood memories of the Eighties and a video piece. Olivia Newton John karaoke.

Kevin & Jen McCoy devise live laptop projections with Whirligig software.

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"Notes from the Underground", Mary Gillen on "Sex on the Fritz" curated by Astria Suparak at the New York Underground Film Festival, 2000.

“Notes from the Underground”, Mary Gillen on “Sex on the Fritz” curated by Astria Suparak at the New York Underground Film Festival, 2000.

PRESS

CASHIERS DU CINEMART
“Notes From The Underground,” Mary Gillen and Brian Frye,  2000.
Read review online.

 

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