Hammer Projects artist Mark Flores presents an evening of experimental films:
Combines text from Joris-Karl Huysmans and stills of Montgomery Clift, offering a return to the fin de siècle. (1998, Mark Flores, 6 min.)
A filmmaker investigates why a gay porn star destroys himself. (1997, William E. Jones, 75 min.)
An exploration of L.A.’s 1960s music scene. (1967, Thom Andersen, 11 min.)
Homage to the Great Emitter
Derived from a walk through Griffith Park, this film suggests new ways of looking and navigating the space around us. (2010, Joe Merrell, 4 min.)
Going Down Slow
Take a trip up and down the escalators of the Los Angeles subway system. (2000, Mark Flores, 6 min.)
In conjunction with the exhibition Hammer Projects: Mark Flores.
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