Events around Ludlow House

Rednecks with Paychecks Spring Break 2018
Sport

Rednecks with Paychecks Spring Break 2018

Thursday 9:00am (15 March)
Rednecks with Paychecks Offroad, Saint Jo

Auguste and Alden @ Pianos

Auguste and Alden @ Pianos

Sunday 7:00pm (17 December)
PIANOS, New York

EDGE Fall Performance at Pianos
Music

EDGE Fall Performance at Pianos

Sunday 4:00pm (17 December)
PIANOS, New York

Pool Cosby / Eric Benoit / Lenore LeNoire / Pia Zapata
Music

Pool Cosby / Eric Benoit / Lenore LeNoire / Pia Zapata

Saturday 7:00pm (27 January)
PIANOS, New York

TGSM / Sam Vicari / Novelty Daughter / ot to, not to
Music

TGSM / Sam Vicari / Novelty Daughter / ot to, not to

Thursday 8:00pm (04 January)
PIANOS, New York

Band Lubell / Petra Jarrar / Laura Newman
Music

Band Lubell / Petra Jarrar / Laura Newman

Thursday 8:00pm (21 December)
PIANOS, New York


Screening | 'The Guests' by Ken Jacobs

Screening | "The Guests" by Ken Jacobs


When?

Start time: Thursday 7:00pm (07 December)
End time: Thursday 9:00pm (07 December)

Where?

Ludlow House
139 ludlow St, New York

About

Free admission.
RSVP REQUIRED: info@film-makerscoop.com

Artist in person!
Ludlow Series curated by MM Serra.

"THE GUESTS, a recent venture into the world of digital 3D by the esteemed avant-garde moviemaker Ken Jacobs. Subjecting the latter half of the Lumière brothers’ film ENTRÉE D’UNE NOCE À L’ÉGLISE (A Wedding Party Enters the Church, 1897) to his own inimitable sorcery, Jacobs more or less demolishes the spatiotemporal integrity of the original, exceeding the relatively benign effects he created via his “Nervous System” performance treatment of the first half of the film, conducted live in 1996. Titled COUPLING, this earlier engagement with the Lumières’ footage showed the bride and groom and members of the wedding party entering the church prior to “the guests.” As his slide projector installation of 1999 and his digital video of 2008, both titled THE GUESTS, suggest, Jacobs has been entranced by the Lumières for decades. The advances of digital 3D have finally allowed him to take this fascination to new depths."

—Tony Pipolo. Artforum, April 2015.

One of the founders of the American avant-garde cinema, Ken Jacobs has been working ceaselessly and boundlessly in film, video and moving image performance for over fifty years.