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Show & Tell: "The Dragons and Seraphim" by Sasha Waters Freyer
Presented as part of 4th Wall Film/Video Programming

Show & Tell: “The Dragons and Seraphim” by Sasha Waters Freyer
Thursday, February 18 2021 | 6-6:45pm EST on Zoom
Presented as part of 4th Wall Film/Video Programming
Hosted by Lane Speidel & Blanche Brown of the Black Box Committee
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About the Event
On Thursday, February 18 at 6pm EST, join Vox members Blanche Brown and Lane Speidel for the first installment of Show & Tell, a new screening and filmmaker Q+A series occurring every third week of the month.

First up is a screening of The Dragons and Seraphim (14 min, 2017) by Sasha Waters Freyer, a lyrical and experimental inquiry into ancient flowers and animal desire. Shot on 16mm and featuring the poem “Childless” by Michael Morse, the film is described as a “fever dream of magic, madness: adolescence.” Join the artist for a short Q+A following the screening!

The Dragons and Seraphim will be available to view on the Vox website, along with the filmmaker Q+A for one month following the initial screening.

Show & Tell is presented by Vox Populi’s Black Box Committee as part of our ongoing 4th Wall film/video program dedicated to showcasing new and experimental film/video works by independent, emerging and early-career artists.
About the Artist
Sasha Waters Freyer is a moving image artist trained in photography and film whose work occupies the intersection of intimate experience and public discourse. Her features and experimental short films have screened on the Sundance Channel and PBS, the Telluride, Tribeca, Rotterdam, Big Sky, and Ann Arbor Film Festivals, the National Museum for Women in the Arts, Brooklyn’s Microscope Gallery and the Brooklyn Museum, the L.A. Film Forum and LAXART, and Rencontres Internationales Paris/Berlin, among other venues. Her most recent feature is Garry Winogrand: All Things are Photographable, winner of a Special Jury Prize at the 2018 SXSW Film Festival and cited as one of the best films of that year by Richard Brody in The New Yorker.
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Sasha Waters Freyer
February 18, 2021 @ 6:00 pm
February 18, 2021 @ 6:45 pm