They have a name for girls like me.
on view as a 45-minute loop: Fri. Jan. 27 & Sat. Jan. 28 / 11am-6pm
Artist Talk: Sat. Jan. 28 / 12:15pm / screenings of complete video at 11:15am & 1:15pm
929 NW Flanders Street
Three dozen films, all of them featuring main characters named Julie, from around the world and throughout film history. All chopped up so that only utterances of the word "Julie" remain. I have been working on this project since 2006, adding about one per year. I just did a big push to add many more films to the project. A new short publication about the project (free) + 2D printed works (not free) will also be available.
Julie Perini makes experimental and documentary videos and films. Preoccupied with daily life, her short-form personal works are autobiographical, self-reflective, and expressive. Her documentary feature films are produced within and alongside contemporary social movements. She is co-director, with Jodi Darby and Erin Yanke, of the documentary feature film, Arresting Power: Resisting Police Violence in Portland, Oregon (2015) distributed by Collective Eye Films. You might like to treat yourself to a peak at her daily & monthly video project, the Minute Movies. One more cool thing about Julie: she is a backcountry guide with the arts/environmental organization Signal Fire.