Contributors include: Ron Athey, Brian Bauman, Jibz Cameron, Marjorie Cameron, Nikki Darling, Scott Ewalt, Margaret Haines, Hedi El Kholti, Jonesy, Jaime C. Knight, Chris Kraus, Joshua Lubin-Levy, Daniel Mufson, Bradford Nordeen, Kembra Pfahler, Joshua Chambers-Letson and Carmelita Tropicana.
Dirty Looks returns with the second installment of our Volume series, a print publication amassing ephemera, artwork, creative commissions and scholarly writing around experimental film, video and performance. Long-form essays include works by Joshua Lubin-Levy, Margaret Haines, Daniel Mufson, creative prose by Chris Kraus, Jibz Cameron and Brian Bauman, interviews with Ron Athey and Carmelita Tropicana, a portfolio of illustrations by Marjorie Cameron, a re-envisioning of the hankie code courtesy of Die Kränken, an 18-page spread of early fliers, posters and lyric sheets from Kembra Pfahler and The Voluptuous Horror of Karen Black with a cover designed by Scott Ewalt.
Dirty Looks Volume is an annual publishing initiative distributed in tandem with our bi-coastal events. Dirty Looks Volume Two encompasses our final three events of 2016 (Jack Smith Rushes, Cameron in Film: A New Moon Invocation and die Kränken Holiday Bazaar), as well as our upcoming screening with Kembra Pfahler and the Los Angeles premiere of the documentary Reza Abdoh: Theater Visionary. By purchasing the publication, subscribing or becoming a member, you become complicit, receiving the publication directly at your home address.