Christine Panushka and Alberto Araiza

Christine Panushka and Alberto Araiza: Mosca and the Meaning of Life

World premiere
Jack H. Skirball Series

Mosca and the Meaning of Life is a groundbreaking multimedia piece in which animated characters leap off the screen and join up with a live performance crafted by award-winning filmmaker and animator Christine Panushka and theater and spoken word artist Beto Araiza. Mosca and the Meaning of Life questions our belief systems, customs, and social values, the truths and lies with which we live out our lives, motivated as much by misinformation and desperation as by hope. The program also includes The Sum of Them, Singing Sticks and other films by Panushka, as well as an excerpt of Biting the Pillow, a performance by Araiza.

In person: Christine Panushka and Alberto Araiza

Curated by Steve Anker.

Funded in part with generous support from Wendy Keys and Donald Pels.

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Date/TimeGSTCA
MON 10/26
8:30 pm
$9$7$5

G - General Audience

M - REDCAT Members

ST - Students

CA - CalArts Students/Faculty/Staff