NOW: A Video Art Ritual

NOW: A VIDEO ART RITUAL, a multi-screen, audience participatory performance/video installation by John Sanborn and Monet Clark will premiere at SF Camerawork Thursday February 8th, 2018 from 6-8p.m  before traveling to venues in the US and abroad.  The gallery’s site states:
“NOW is guided by two hilarious opposing (s)heros: the sarcastic rage filled, haute goth Catharsis and the vamp, valkyrie yogini Perspicacious. Within 10 screens, including a projection on water, they explore the nexus between technology and ritual by inviting their audience’s participation, guiding them through a personal process. These contrasting protagonists cast a mystical space in an urban gallery, and wittily survey contemporary and historical pitfalls, while bringing the audience into the present now moment. NOW examines cultural appropriation and evolution; global warming; punk rock ideology; and spiritual philosophy. It reveals an emerging scientifically based, melting pot mysticism, [“The method of Science, the aim of Religion”?] and promotes the individual-micro/global-macro connection where ‘you matter now.'”
SF Camerawork is located at
1011 Market St., 2nd Floor
San Francisco, CA 94103

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