5/1/19 // You Are Not Alone

Posted April 24th, 2019 in Co-Presentations, Events and Screenings, News / Events

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You Are Not Alone (with Black Sheep Boy)
Wednesday, May 1, 2019 // 6:30 PM
SF Arts Commission Gallery //401 Van Ness Ave, Ste 126, San Francisco,
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Anton Stuebner will read from his newly commissioned exhibition essay You are not alone followed by a screening of Michael Wallin’s Black Sheep Boy (1995, 37 min, color).

Black Sheep Boy is a rumination of desire, the construction of sexual fantasy, obsession, the yearning for connection, the allure of the younger man, the pursuit of the idealized other, its rewards and pitfalls. Erotic, playful, perhaps disturbing; many questions are raised, few are answered. Black Sheep Boy will be projected in 16mm film with support from Canyon Cinema Foundation.

Anton Stuebner is an arts writer whose work explores the intersections of queer representation, critical race, and visual cultures around bodies. He is Shotgun Reviews Editor at Art Practical and Associate Director at Catharine Clark Gallery, San Francisco.

Presented as part of With(out) With(in) the very moment curated by Margaret Tedesco and featuring the work of Elliot Anderson, Adam J. Ansell, Mark M. Garrett, Cliff Hengst, Nancer LeMoins, Mark Paron, and writer Anton Stuebner. With(out) With(in) the very moment is on view at the SFAC Main Gallery from April 18-June 22, 2019.

Canyon Cinema’s public programs are generously supported by the George Lucas Family Foundation, the Owsley Brown III Philanthropic Foundation, and Zellerbach Family Foundation’s Community Arts Program.

 

 

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