Kabul, Jenin, Tehran...

September 7 - 19, 2010, 12:00PM - 3:30PM

20 Ames Street Building E15
Cambridge, MA 02139

SHOWING: September 7 - 19

The MIT List Visual Arts Center is pleased to announce Kabul, Jenin, Tehran… a program of recent video work addressing issues of political and documentary representation, often overlooked by mainstream media. Focused on sites of conflict and resistance—the Colombian armed conflict, postwar Afghanistan—as well as the politics of transparency and representation—the Palestinian refuge camp, the Consejo Comunal—the series includes films by Bodil Furu and Beate Petersen (Norway), Dario Azzellini and Oliver Ressler (Venezuela/Austria), Reza Haeri (Iran), Carlos Motta (Colombia/U.S.), and the Otolith Group (U.K.).


Kabul Ping Pong (2005, 43 min.) by Bodil Furu and Beate Petersen (Norway)
Screening Times:  12–12:45,  3:35-4:15

Imamzadeh Internet (2004, 26 min.) by Reza Haeri (Iran)
Screening Times: 12:45–1:15, 4:15–4:45

Where Do I Stand? (2008, 8 min.) by Carlos Motta (Colombia/US)
Screening Times: 1:15–1:25, 4:45–4:55

Nervus Rerum (2008, 32 min.) by Otolith Group (UK)
Screening Times:  1:25–2:00, 4:55–5:30

Comuna under Construction (2010, 94 min.) by Dario Azzellini and Oliver Ressler (Venezuela/Austria)
Screening Time: 2:00–3:35

For more information, contact:

Mark Linga
[617] 452-3586

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