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So they came down from the North. Or so they said. Carrying all they owned; stumbling from exhaustion. They tried to put up a fight but lost. So we asked them to stay. To have a drink and rest. And regain their strength.

Les femmes qui dorment: An evening with Amy Granat and Emily Sundblad.

Screening of their recent collaborative film works on 16mm, including Egg, Pumpkin, Flowers, Beaches, Birthday Cake, and Walking with Truffles. And performances, maybe.

Amy Granat is an artist living in New York, known for her interest in the legacy of experimental and underground cinema. Emily Sundblad is an artist, gallerist, singer and actress, also living in New York, where she operates the gallery/ongoing collaborative performance project Reena Spaulings Fine Art. The films of the two often feature both women performing simple, repetitive actions in outdoor settings, exchanging the wind-up 16mm camera to take turns shooting. They are pretty funny films.

Following the event on April 29th, castillo/corrales will present a three-screen installation by Granat & Sundblad for a month, which means until the end of May.

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Amy Granat and Emily Sundblad
29. April, 21:Uhr