Category Archives: Video
This last weekend we painted out the chroma-key green on our walls and floor. The gallery now echoes the mid-80s, when the Pitt moved to 36 Powell Street and the basement was made into a black gallery.
We’re keeping one wall … Continue reading
Between shooting and production of music videos with flashing colourful lights and people singing/lip-syncing their hearts out, we sat down with UNIT/PITT’s artist in residence Casey Wei to talk about her inspirations, community involvement, and current art work: “Karaoke Music … Continue reading
Thanks to everyone who came to the screening of Le Révélateur by Philippe Garrel on a cool, dark, rainy night. This week’s film is also a work by Garrel, La Cicatrice Intérieure, which features Nico. You can watch the film … Continue reading
Tonight (Wednesday, July 23) we start our series of casual summer screenings at the Pitt, curated and introduced by Brynn McNab, with a viewing of Le Révélateur by Philippe Garrel at 9pm. Described by Ubuweb:
Surreal story of a 4-year old … Continue reading
This weekend, as part of Spaces of Contestation, Gabiel Saloman and Burnaby Residents Opposing Kinder Morgan Expansion will be presenting the Peoples’ Procession Against the Pipeline in Burnaby on Saturday, April 12. Want to help us get the word out? … Continue reading
Last week, Arnaud Desjardin led a group reading of The Lumpen-Headache, a partial transcript of a meeting of the editorial collective of The Fox, as part of Re: The Fox. Here’s some footage from the beginning of the reading, which … Continue reading
Whatever This Is It Won’t Last Long continues at 236 East Pender until August 17. This exhibition takes place in a temporary shop holding its “Pre-Apocalypse Blow-Out” sale.
Brad Allen’s video World is definitely in tune with the theme of the … Continue reading
We’re almost completely moved out of 15 East Pender now, and in to 236 East Pender, so our evening screenings at the old space are ending, and our first screening at 236 is starting. A few days from now, we’ll … Continue reading
This week, between 7 and 10 pm, you can see a historical curiosity screening in our front window: Bambule, a film with a script written by Ulrike Meinhof. It was originally meant to be screened on German television in 1970, … Continue reading