Artist Talk at Aggregate Space Gallery Saturday, January 19, 2019

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Join us on Saturday, January 19 at 11:00 AM for the Artist Talk and Conversation between the artists Siru Wen, Selvaggio Dordetti, Valery Jung Estabrook, Emma Penaz Eisner, Rachel Cole, Abe Abraham, and Conrad Meyers the Executive Director of Aggregate Space Gallery.
We will also provide some breakfast snacks + mimosa and will be live right for the talk through our Youtube Channel:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7skmLg-qJ3AVLA3DoSTRKA/videos

Aggregate Space Gallery
801 West Grand Avenue
Entrance on West Street
Oakland, CA 94607

Questions For a Dinosaur Screening at FLEX FEST '19, Tampa FL, February 7th

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FLEX FEST, Florida Experimental Film/Video Festival
Thursday, February 7th, 2019

The Florida Experimental Film/Video Festival is an annual showcase of experimental, avant-garde, and underground media in Tampa, FL.

QUESTIONS FOR A DINOSAUR will be playing: Thursday February 7 || 6:30 PM ||  FLEX HQ ||
Shorts 3  || 83min
(FLEX HQ, 1401 Alicia Ave Tampa, FL 33604)

For the full schedule, check it out here

Questions For a Dinosaur at Aggregate Space Gallery Jan. 4-Feb. 2, 2018

Aggregate Space Gallery Presents
Holding Breath | 6th Annual Open Call for Works in Video
4 January - 2 February 2019

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Oakland, CA (January 4, 2019) Aggregate Space Gallery is pleased to present this selection of video works from our annual open call for time-based media. For the 6th time, we intentionally chose to forgo a themed call so that a cohesive show may be discovered in the relationships between some of the 200+ submissions. This year, the works that stood out were all surreal depictions of personal struggle with outside forces, some via artist confessionals, and some presented more cryptically. The video pieces that will be playing concurrently within Holding Breath each contain one-sided conversations either with an implied partner or no-one at all, often relying on humor as a weapon to disarm the viewer from the frustrations, anxiety, and loneliness under the surface of each piece.

Featuring works by Abe Abraham, Maryamsadat Amirvaghefi, Selvaggio Dordetti, Emma Penaz Eisner, Valery Jung Estabrook, Rachel Garber Cole, Matthew Gottschalk, Beata Rasitsan, Britt Thomas, and Siru Wen