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Hundreds of feet in the air, a drone approaches a row of skyscrapers along Hong Kong’s affluent southern coast. The target: giant holes in the buildings’ facades kept clear for the passage of mythological dragons.
This program features Key, washer, coin by Alan Segal, Words, Planets by Laida Lertxundi, Life After Love by Zachary Epcar, I Hope I'm Loud When I'm Dead by Beatrice Gibson, and The Air of the Earth in Your Lungs by Ross Meckfessel.
This program features A Return by James Edmonds, Valeria Street by Janie Geiser, Mahogany Too by Akosua Adoma Owusu, Between Relating and Use by Nazli Dinçel, Trees Down Here by Ben Rivers, Eye of a Needle by Katherin McInnis, and Wishing Well by Sylvia Schedelbauer.
Albert Serra’s follow-up to his magisterial The Death of Louis XIV is another forensic documentation of the Sun King’s final breaths. Featuring Lluís Serrat in a filmed performance of a 2017 installation, Roi Soleil boldly crossbreeds performance art and observational cinema.