Sit . . . stay!
Camera master, Christopher Sullivan, is in the house! The Film Forum house that is. Snag a seat next to the man himself at the 6:30 screening of his latest film, Consuming Spirits –A hilarious, spooky, animated dystopia, 15 years in the making.
Keep your tails wagging––the highly anticipated adaptation of Jack Kerouac’s On the Road is playing at the IFC Center, tonight! Get there early and catch director Walter Salles in-person introduction.
See what’s cooking…
Warm up your taste buds with a delectable performance at the Museum of Arts and Design. Initiation, choreographed by Bomb alumnus, Legacy Russell, redefines life’s milestones in this provocative social inquiry. The world premiere is tonight at 7:30 PM.
Join polymath, Manuel DeLanda, at Eyebeam Art + Technology Center, for his lecture, Genetic Algorithms in Architecture. The fun begins at 6 PM.
Baraka tantalized audiences 20 years ago with its debut–catch it again on the big screen for it’s 20th anniversary at Lincoln Center’s Film Society. For more information click here
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Tonight marks the opening of the First Look series presented by the Museum of the Moving Image. This annual showcase for international cinema is your first preview of the films that will change the game in 2013. To buy tickets click here.
Relive your favorite childhood pastime and join artist Ann Hamilton for her latest installation, “The event of a thread.” Featuring 42 swings, one curtain, and endless entertainment–it’s your last chance to catch it at the Park Avenue Armory.
Alan Gilbert’s Late in the Antenna Fields has inspired artists and writers alike–join them for a night of intermedia work offering “a take on the poetics that have influenced and surround Gilbert’s book.” Participants include BOMB’s own Monica de la Torre, Paul Chan, and the man himself, Alan Gilbert, among many more! For more information click here.