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STEDELIJK SUMMER SCREENINGS: EuroPride 2016
22 Jul - 24 Jul 2016

Emerging and established artist films are screened throughout the summer in the Teijin Auditorium of the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam. On Friday the screening will be followed by an Q&A with the artist. The film will be screened ongoing on Saturday & Sunday (10 am – 5.30 pm).

Location
Teijin Auditorium, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam
Language
English
Admission
15 E adults / 7,50 students / gratis with museumcard, Vrienden-card en YS-card
Reservations

Tickets: online (temporarily not available) or at the ticket box offices
Reservation/RSVP: not necessary

David Wojnarowicz, ITSOFOMO (In the Shadow of Forward Motion), 1989, video (still)
David Wojnarowicz, ITSOFOMO (In the Shadow of Forward Motion), 1989, video (still)

22 - 24 July 2016

EuroPride 2016
Queer video screenings
A selection of works from the collection

This selection from the Stedelijk’s time-based arts collection is presented within the context of the cultural programming for Amsterdam Gay Pride/EuroPride 2016. The works introduce different ways of looking and a culture that values the notion of difference: different voices, changing identities and hybrid subjects.

In Lessen (2002), Albert van Westing portrays kite surfers’ attempts to get onto their boards. Van Westing’s perspective is that of an observer, witnessing their repetitive failures. Yet the video remains a partial depiction, as it offers only a glimpse of the action.

In Videos Within Capitalism (1996), Tariq Alvi goes beyond observing as he ‘cruises’ public space and appears to actively seek (sexual) tension between his subjects and himself. This leads to a climactic segment of pornographic material.

David Wojnarowicz’s ITSOFOMO (In the Shadow of Forward Motion) (1989/2004), in contrast, delivers a powerfully inward gaze. The artist looks into the bodily experience of HIV/AIDS. Supported by the music by composer Ben Neill, Wojnarowicz compellingly narrates his personal struggle with the disease. He later exteriorizes the dangers of hate speech, religious extremism and gun laws in the US of the late 1980s – a warning that curiously resonates with the recent homophobic mass shooting in Orlando.

FULL PROGRAM

Dates: July 1 - 3 2016
Jan Dibbets
Pandora's Box: Jan Dibbets on Another Photograpy
Loan from Paris Musées and Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris

Dates: July 8 - 10 2016
Zachary Formwalt 
An Unknown Quantity
2015
Acquired for the SMA collection, 2015
Dates: July 15 -17 2016

Rudi Fuchs
A selection of works from the collection
Acquired for the SMA collection 1993 - 2003 
Dates: July 15- 17, 2016 

EuroPride: Zanele Muholi + Q&A
Difficult Love
2010
Loan from STEVENSON Cape Town and Johannesburg
Dates: July 29 - 31 2016  

EuroPride: Carlos Motta + Q&A
Nefunadus
2013
Dates: Aug 5 - 7, 2016  

See the full program here

Stedelijk Summer Screenings is a part of Stedelijk Friday Night