Variations on Vision: Exercises in Conditioning Perception
[Film]

SCREENING: Variations on Vision: Exercises in Conditioning Perception
Saturday, January 19
6:00p – 9:00p
6119 [Penn Ave]
Free
All Ages

Curated by Taylor Stanton.
Pierre Hébert describes his film Around Perception as an exercise “for the eye and against the eye” of the viewer. Variations on Vision is an exploration of Hebert’s use of the word exercise to characterize the function of film. Included in the program are films and videos that operate as exercises in perceptual (de-)engineering; these works dismantle the viewer’s conventional understanding of space and, ultimately, reality. Featured in the program is the first section of Stan Brakhage’s “Scenes from Under Childhood” shown on 16mm film.

The screening is FREE and open to ALL-AGES. Doors open at 6, screening starts at 7. Approximate run-time: 1-hour.

Attendees over the age of 18 will also receive free admission to “DETOUR presents: Poupon” a music showcase featuring Toronto-born DJ/Producer Poupon. The showcase will take place after the screening at the same location.