Dana Levy's screening "No Man's Language" and artist's talk. In the context of "Dead End" an exhibition curated by Sara Serighelli with works by Carla Bobadilla (Chile), Dana Levy (Israel) and Lidia Sanvito (Italy).
ARTIST’S TALK at Neiman Gallery: DANA LEVY Monday, 22 October 2007, 7pm
Dana Levy’s screening ‘No Man’s Language’ Monday to Friday at 11am and 4pm
The film ‘No man’s language’ (40min., 2007) by Dana Levy (Israel, 1973) chronicles five years in the life of her step-grandfather, a cross-dressing holocaust survivor who over the span of 40 years created an international language, with its grammatical and phonetic rules, that only he speaks. This is a story of a Jew who doesn't stop wandering. Between places, wives, genders, languages.
Art Exhibition at Columbia’s LeRoy Neiman Gallery
a project by Sara Serighelli
with works by Carla Bobadilla (Chile), Dana Levy (Israel) and Lidia Sanvito (Italy).
The exhibition will running officially until Monday 22nd of October 2007. Catalogue available.
VERY SPECIAL THANKS TO:
Dinamo Milano, Tomas Vu-Daniel, Angelo Colombo/LAB-laboratorioartibovisa Milano, Fabio Carboni and Bruno Stucchi/Die Schachtel Milano, Consulate General of Israel in New York O’artoteca Milano, Matthias Finkentey, Katharina Müller, Giulia Formenti, Lavinia Tonetti, Keri Neff, Linda Fregni Nagler.
Dana Levy’s ‘No Man’s Language’ is supported by CCA The Fund for Video-Art and Experimental Cinema in Israel.
Photography by Roni Berkovich, Dana Levy, Raymond Flynn, Racheli Rusinik, Ziv Shiloach. Original Music: Joseph Levy
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