Adam & Zack Khalil: New Work
Light Work Video Project
April 11 - May 25, Thursday–Saturday, dusk–11:00pm
Everson Community Plaza
Indoor Screening and Q&A
April 18, 6:30pm
New work by Adam and Zack Khalil created during their 2018 residency at Light Work. The Khalil brothers, Ojibway filmmakers currently based in Brooklyn, weave together animation, documentary, narrative, role play, and re-enactment to produce deeply compelling film, installation and performance works that explore questions of indigeneity, sovereignty, resistance, and futurity. Their acclaimed film INAATE/SE/ has screened at museums at festivals around the world. They are co-founders of The New Red Order collective, which uses video and performance to create a site of acknowledgement, savage pronouncement, calling out, calling in, recruitment, and cumulative interrogation to shift potential obstructions to Indigenous growth.
Adam and Zack Khalil, INAATE/SE/ [it shines a certain way. to a certain place/it flies. fall./], 2016