The Kalampag Tracking Agency: 30 Years of Experimental Film and Video from the Philippines

Monday, May 23 - 8:30pm
Monday, May 23 - 8:30pm (VIRTUAL)
This virtual screening is available for 24 hours after the event begins. Virtual screenings do not include access to pre or post event talks. 

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Overcoming institutional and personal lapses to give attention to little-seen works—some more recent, some surviving loss and decomposition—this program collects loose parts in motion, a series of bangs, or kalampag in Tagalog, assembled by individual strengths and how they might resonate off each other and a contemporary audience. Featuring some of the most striking films and videos from the Philippines and its diaspora, this is an initiative that continues to navigate the uncharted topographies of Filipino alternative and experimental moving image practice.

Coming for the first time to the city of Los Angeles, The Kalampag Tracking Agency will feature works by Raya Martin, Roxlee, Miko Revereza, John Torres, Tito & Tita, and more.

Curated by Shireen Seno and Merv Espina. The Jack H. Skirball Series is organized by Bérénice Reynaud and Eduardo Thomas.

In keeping with current Los Angeles County Public Health requirements and Music Center policy, and for the safety and comfort of our community, all patrons and guests must provide proof of full vaccination, including a booster if eligible. All patrons and guests must also wear a mask while at REDCAT except when eating or drinking.

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Monday, May 23, 2022 at 8:30pm to 10:30pm

REDCAT 631 W. 2nd Street Los Angeles, CA 90012 213-237-2800


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