Still image from The Poisoned Flume film.

The UC San Diego Visual Arts Department and Discursive and Curatorial Productions (DCP) presents the release of Issue #4 of

Unweave

Texts by Sabine Horlitz, Edward Kihn, Katrin Pesch, Tim Ridlen, Drew Snyder, Tom Sparrow, and Lesley Stern

Film Screening of Allan Dwan's

The Poisoned Flume (1912)

Thursday, 5 June 2014, 6-9PM

UC San Diego, Structural and Materials Engineering Bldg (SME) Presentation Space #149
9500 Gilman Dr, La Jolla, California 92093

Please join us for the release of the fourth issue of Unweave, the publication of the Visual Art department’s Discursive and Curatorial Productions initiative, and the closing reception for Spheres of Glass. Published on occasion of the exhibition, this issue of Unweave comprises texts by Sabine Horlitz, Edward Kihn, Katrin Pesch, Tim Ridlen, Drew Snyder, Tom Sparrow, and Lesley Stern. We are also happy to announce a special screening of The Poisoned Flume, a one-reel Western from 1912, directed by Allan Dwan and produced by Flying A Studio in East County San Diego.

About DCP
The UC San Diego Visual Arts Department Discursive and Curatorial Productions Initiative is a space designed for critical dialogue and experimentation in curatorial and discursive practices, with workshops for research into art practice, the aesthetics of materialization, and the cognitive and pedagogical potential of aesthetics.

The DCP is led by Visual Arts Faculty Elizabeth Newsome, Kuiyi Shen, Mariana Wardwell and a team of PhD Students.

Related Links:

Elizabeth Newsome
Associate Professor of Visual Arts
UC San Diego
http://visarts.ucsd.edu/faculty/elizabeth-newsome

Kuiyi Shen
Professor of Visual Arts
UC San Diego
http://visarts.ucsd.edu/faculty/kuiyi-shen

Mariana Wardwell (aka Mariana Botey)
Assistant Professor of Visual Arts
UC San Diego
http://visarts.ucsd.edu/faculty/mariana-wardwell

Fish Story by Allan Sekula
http://fadingtheaesthetic.files.wordpress.com/2013/08/fish_story.pdf

The screening is part of the Spheres of Glass exhibition. The exhibition was curated by Katrin Pesch and Tim Ridlen, Ph.D. students in the UC San Diego's Visual Arts Program in Art History, Theory, and Criticism with concentration in Art Practice.

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