In partnership with WPA and Suns Cinema, Eames Armstrong presents two nights of film by Madsen Minax. Join us Thursday, March 7 at 8pm for the surreal feature length Kairos Dirt & the Errant Vacuum at Suns Cinema, and on Saturday, March 9 at 7pm for an evening of short films and a conversation with filmmaker at WPA. Madsen Minax’s films draw on his history of participation in justice-oriented communities. Using nonlinear narratives to explore hidden networks of interconnectedness, Minax aims to investigate and honor the entanglements of human connectivity and the nature of transformation.
ABOUT THE artist
Madsen Minax works in documentary and hybrid filmmaking formats, narrative cinema, experimental and essay film, sound and music performance and media installation. His projects have screened and/or exhibited at spaces including the European Media Art Festival (Germany), the Ann Arbor Film Festival (MI), the Museum of Contemporary Art (Chicago), Anthology Film Archives (NYC), The British Film Institute (UK), Museum of Fine Arts (Houston), REDCAT (Los Angeles), hundreds of LGBT film festivals around the world, PBS, CBC and the cable channel FreeSpeechTV. Madsen has participated in residencies at the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, the Core Program, Bemis Center for Contemporary Art, Berlinale Doc Station, Queer|Arts|Mentorship and numerous others.
ABOUT THE curator
Eames Armstrong (they/she) is an interdisciplinary artist working in curatorial practice, painting, performance, and sound. Eames received an MFA from the George Washington University in 2016 with the Morris Louis Endowment Fellowship. Eames collaborates frequently with artists across the visual and performing arts. Eames was the 2016 Emerging Curator at VisArts in Rockville, MD, and a participant of the 2016 pilot program of the Halcyon Arts Lab Fellowship in DC. With their collective Queer Trash, Eames was the 2018 Suzanne Fiol Curatorial Fellow at ISSUE Project Room in Brooklyn. Eames is currently an artist at STABLE in DC.
Thursday, March 7 at 8pm & Saturday, March 9 at 7pm
Suns Cinema & Washington Project for the Arts