November 2-30, 2017 Right Window Gallery 992 Valencia Street San Francisco, California
Scar is an exhibition of corroded photographs from Jim Haynes, who has
investigated the technique of augmenting silver gelatin prints with rust,
copper, and various acidic patinas. The intersections of the photograph and
chemical stain are the provisional building-blocks for meaning and metaphor:
blight, dislocation, subcutaneousness, toxicity, brackishness, psychic unease.
Here in Scar, the human form is the underlying source material to these
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"Friendship and Intersections," is an evening of film and video in honor of Right Window’s 10th anniversary, co-curated by Syd Staiti and Jocelyn Saidenberg. The program includes works by: Peggy Ahwesh, Greta Snider, Jonas Mekas, and Jennifer Reeves.
The program includes:
She Puppet, Peggy Ahwesh
No-Zone, Greta Snider
Scenes from the Life of AndyWarhol, Jonas Mekas
The Girl’s Nervy, Jennifer Reeves
The screening will be followed by a performance to close the RW10 Celebration in the Right Window at 9 p.m. by Cliff Hengst.
Right Window is 10. One decade and you all might be wondering how Right Window began.
To find out, you must go back in time, to 1977, 40 years ago, to an ordinary living room in Saratoga Springs, where there’s a rocking chair, and a 30,000-year-old entity called Seth, who is inhabiting the body of a professor, Jane Roberts.
Join us at "Seth Speaks", a new play, by Kevin Killian, Karla Milosevich, and Craig Goodman, performed by current Right Window members and the San Francisco Poet's Theatre.
Starring: Carolyn White, Sean Dickerson, Karla Milosevich, Steve Seidenberg, Cliff Hengst, Wayne Smith, Tanya Hollis, Ajit Chauhan, Cintia Santana, Takming Chuang, Craig Goodman, Norma Cole, Brett Goodroad, Gerald Corbin, Scott Hewicker, Jocelyn Saidenberg,
..and featuring Margaret Tedesco, as the Spirit of San Francisco