Past event


REDCAT is proud to present a selection of films by the 2019 recipient of The Herb Alpert Award in the Arts in Film/Video Beatriz Santiago Muñoz—including Nocturne (2014), Playa Negra (2014) and Gosila (2018). Santiago Muñoz has created a body of trenchant, poetic work thoroughly dedicated to imagining not only a decolonized Caribbean but alternative modes of vision and representation. Influenced by Boalian theater, experimental ethnography and feminist film histories, she has likened her way of working with non-actors to musical improvisation, ritual, dance and psychoanalytic sessions. Her work has been shown internationally at the Tate Modern, the New Museum, the Whitney Biennial and Pérez Art Museum Miami, among others.  
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8:00 PM
Introduction by Bérénice Reynaud and Rebecca Baron
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8:00 PM
Curator's Notes
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9:30 PM
Q&A with Beatriz Santiago Muñoz, moderated by Bérénice Reynaud and Rebecca Baron
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“There is something dreamlike and almost hallucinatory in Santiago Muñoz’s work.” 

Art in America“In slow and often enigmatic fashion, Santiago Muñoz’s films explore the tensions between the legends that envelop the colonial histories of the artist’s native Puerto Rico.”