The Seen and Unseen: New Films by Rebecca Baron and Adele Horne

The Seen and Unseen: New Films by Rebecca Baron and Adele Horne

“Visual clarity equal to her intellectual discourse...” – Variety on Horne’s Tailenders 

“A mesmerizing portrait.” – Mark Alice Durant on Baron’s Detour De force

Presented as part of the Jack H. Skirball Series

L.A. independent film favorites Rebecca Baron (okay bye-bye) and Adele Horne (Tailenders), both known for intimately observed essay films, also produce visually nuanced works on the role of perception in cinema. Their latest films offer distinctive takes on how photographic records reveal what may otherwise elude the immediate senses: the hidden, the unseen. Baron’s Detour De Force (2014, 29 min., DCP) visits the world of “thoughtographer” Ted Serios, who in the mid-1960s specialized in generating Polaroid images by force of mind alone. Horne debuts In Common (2014, 19 min., 16mm), which sensuously chronicles the cycles of days and seasons in a hillside urban garden.

In person: Rebecca Baron and Adele Horne

Curated by Steve Anker and Bérénice Reynaud.

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Date/TimeGM/STCA
MON 9/22
8:30 pm
$11$9$6

G - General Audience

M - REDCAT Members

ST - Students

CA - CalArts Students/Faculty/Staff