NOW: Tuesday | 6:00 – 9:00pm | FREE
March 20, 2018
Who doesn’t love a movie night? Bring your dinner (and your drinks) and come by Ah Haa for a night of weird, wry and wonderful art movies and shorts. Free and open to the public.
Chris Burden suffered for his art. He had himself crucified to a VW Bug (Trans-Fixed, 1974), dug ditches (Honest Labor, 1979) and even had a friend shoot him in the arm with a .22 (Shoot, 1971). But Burden also created complex sculptures filled with political and historical significance, lots of humor and imagination. His work, both performance and sculptural, was everything good artwork should be: controversial, easily mythologized and difficult to repeat.
Tonight we’ll celebrate this weird genius with a screening of Burden’s short film “Big Wrench” a narrative performance in which Burden tells the story of why he bought a problematic 16,000 lb freight truck named “Big Job”, as well as a screening of “Burden” the 2016 documentary biography of Chris Burden.
We’ll be screening rare footage of an interview with Burden (never-before-seen!)
NO PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED. AGES 18+ ONLY.