Margaret Honda Color Correction

Margaret Honda: Color Correction

World Premiere

Artist Margaret Honda’s first feature-length film, Color Correction is a commitment to celluloid cinema and a brilliantly conceived experience of projected light. The film was made using only the timing tapes that corrected the color for a Hollywood feature, the identity of which Honda does not know. Devoid of images and deeply meditative, Color Correction offers a timely insistence on the indispensable nature of this great medium. Her debut film, the cameraless 70mm Spectrum Reverse Spectrum (2014), was a standout at the Berlin, Toronto and London festivals, and was described by Olaf Möller in Film Comment as “an experience of film at its purest and most rarified.” Honda's most recent one-person exhibition, "Sculptures," was at Triangle France in Marseille (2015); her next one-person exhibition will take place at Künstlerhaus Bremen in 2016.

2015, 101 min., 35mm, silent

In person: Margaret Honda

The Jack H. Skirball Series is curated by Steve Anker and Bérénice Reynaud.

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MON 9/28
8:30 pm
$11  $8$6

G - General Audience

M - REDCAT Members

ST - Students

CA - CalArts Students/Faculty/Staff