A rectangular image is divided into three segments. The bottom segment spans the full width  and depicts three figures wearing dark clothes in a room with a yellow floor. Two figures lie on the floor and the third stands against the back wall. On the upper left, an arm extends into the frame, with the hand lightly cupped. The image in the upper right shows an detail of the image at bottom, showing the two figures on the right end of that image.
Screenings

deader than dead, with Ligia Lewis & Mlondi Zondi

SUNDAY FEB 21, 2021 1 PM PST

Movement artist and scholar Mlondi Zondi joins Made in L.A. 2020 artist Ligia Lewis in conversation, followed by a screening of Lewis’s dance performance deader than dead (2020). Conceived, choreographed, and directed by Lewis for Made in L.A., deader than dead was originally intended to be a live performance held within the Hammer’s galleries but was postponed due to the pandemic. The film not only documents a performance of the piece, it represents the potential of a live performance to come. Q&A follows the screening.

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