In collaboration with the Campus Community Book Project, featuring Janet Mock’s Redefining Realness: My Path to Womanhood, Identity, Love & So Much More, artist Juicy D. Light will present “Not So Tiny Dancer: Thoughts behind the Fat Flash Mob.” Preceding this talk will be a film screening of FatMob (2016, 15 min.) directed by Julie Wyman, Associate Professor, Cinema and Media Studies.
Christine Sun Kim uses sound in performance and drawing to investigate her relationship with spoken languages and the aural environment. She has been part of exhibitions and performances at White Space, Beijing; Carroll/Fletcher, London; De Appel, Amsterdam; nyMusikk, Oslo; Sound Live Tokyo, Tokyo; the Berlin Biennale; Shanghai Biennale; and the Museum of Modern Art/PS1.
WHEN: Thu., Feb. 1 @ 4:30 p.m.
WHERE: Manetti Shrem Museum, Community Education Room
Brashear will screen and discuss “Fixed” which addresses the ethical complexities of advances in robotic augmentation and bioengineering. Brashear will also discuss his current work-in-progress documentary film about CRISPR gene editing.
Experience new works by student filmmakers at the Film Fest @ UC Davis 2018. Celebrating its 18th year, the festival will be held on May 2 and 3 at 9:30 p.m. at the historic Varsity Theatre in Davis.
The festival showcases an array of short student-produced films. Filmmakers include a wide range of undergraduate and graduate students from a variety of disciplines across the campus and their films represent all genres and styles, from narrative to documentary to experimental.