To close out our November video installation, join director Zap McConnell along with contributing artists for a discussion about The Owl of Minerva Arrives Only at Dusk, a dance film in seven parts. Discussion moderated by Katie Schetlick.
Prior to the chat, we invite you to view the work in the windows of our gallery (209 Monticello Rd.) or at https://vimeo.com/438428201
ZOOM MEETING ID :: 924 4340 5666
PASSWORD :: DANCE
The Owl of Minerva Arrives Only at Dusk is on view each night after dark in the windows of the gallery through November. Run time 39 min.
“The Owl of Minerva Arrives Only at Dusk” is a seven chapter dance for film, using movement, symbology and location to explore the themes of structural white supremacy, legacy, intergenerational trauma, the opiate epidemic, misogyny and the interconnectedness of oppression. This film interweaves embodied research into injustices in/of the Americas and the consequential trauma that persists, tackling issues of family legacy and environmental racism.”