Nov 4th 2016

Digitally restored by Pentimenti Productions, Suzanne Simpson’s Karl Wirsum is a little-known 1973 film that peeks into the sun-dappled California studio of a young artist as he embarks on an extraordinary career. Wirsum’s psychedelic marionette sculptures still dazzle today, while his narration and a newly composed mind-bending soundtrack (performed live) draw viewers into his process and personality.

Live musical accompaniment by Alex Inglizian and Marc Riordan!

Post-screening discussion moderated by John Corbett featuring Karl Wirsum, filmmaker Suzanne Simpson, Alex Inglizian, and Marc Riordan

A brief reception will follow the screening/discussion.

This program is made possible through support from the Terra Foundation for American Art. Presented in partnership with Pentimenti Productions.

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