Join Lino Kino members Emilie Slater and Michael Ipsen in conversation with Boothe Carlson to discuss her work, fantastick. Carlson is one of the eight artists selected by Lino Kino for the 21st edition of Open Video Call, an annual screening of curated videos by Philadelphia-area artists.
The conversation can be accessed via Zoom through the following link: https://upenn.zoom.us/j/97916033187
Live captioning will be provided for this program by Caption Access. Please contact Natalie Sandstrom, Program Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
About the artist
Boothe Carlson makes videos, and occasionally music, though during COVID19 she is spending as much time as possible in direct sunlight. As a child she enjoyed sitting in the car while her dad drove her forty-five minutes to softball practice. Originally from Berkeley, California, she now lives in Philadelphia but fantasizes about moving to New Mexico.
About Lino Kino
Lino Kino is a Philadelphia-based media arts collective dedicated to exploring new approaches to experimental art exhibition. Since the spring of 2018 Lino Kino has worked towards creating an open forum for film and electronic art in Philadelphia by hosting frequent screenings and performance events.