. Conversations at the Edge (CATE)

Announcing Fall 2022

Posted by | otaper | Posted on | August 23, 2022

Join us for the fall 2022 season of Conversations at the Edge!

The series returns to the School of the Art Institute of Chicago’s (SAIC) Gene Siskel Film Center (164 North State Street) for in-person screenings with Jessica Bardsley (9/22), Tsai Ming-Liang (10/3), Marta Pajek (10/20), an animation program including Yoriko Mizushiri, Martina Scarpelli, Shoko Hara, Nadja Andrasev, Lénaïg Le Moigne, and Tal Kantor (10/27), Andy Warhol’s BATMAN DRACULA (11/3) and Tiffany Sia (12/1). Visit www.saic.edu/cate for season details.

Thanks to our partners Video Data Bank, the Gene Siskel Film Center, SAIC’s Visiting Artists Program, and DePaul University’s School of Cinematic Arts. 

A still taken from the classic film Thelma and Louise shown in black and white negative.

Jessica Bardsley, Goodbye Thelma, 2019. Courtesy of the artist and Video Data Bank

a woman with a red broom and dustpan sweeps an empty theater full of red seats.

Tsai Ming-Liang, Goodbye Dragon Inn, 2003. Photo by Lin Meng Shan

Stylized black and white drawing of a woman with splashes of bright color for her make-up

Marta Pajek, Impossible Figures and Other Stories II, 2015. Courtesy the artist and Animoon

Soft pastel colored abstraction that resembles the figure of a women with dark hair.

Yoriko Mizushiri, Anxious Body, 2021. Courtesy of Miyu.

A colorful flat drawing of women in a park

Nádja Andrašev, Symbiosis, 2019, Courtesy Miyu

Dracula bites the neck of a shirtless black man

Andy Warhol’s Batman Dracula, 1964 unfinished. Courtesy the Andy Warhol Museum

A screen shot of a tweet of a video of a camera flash on a subway station

Tiffany Sia, Do Not Circulate, 2021. Courtesy of the artist.