We'll find you when the sun goes black

Belgian artist Anouk De Clercq returns to Portland with three new videos. Produced in her signature crisp digital black-and-white, these new works act as cinematic offerings of “radical empathy,” finding power in their use of language, text, and most significantly the voice of De Clercq’s collaborator, American performance artist Helga Davis. Strikingly resonant, sometimes devastating, but ultimately hopeful, One (2020), We’ll find you when the sun goes black (2021), and OK (2021), will be accompanied by a selection of the artist’s previous works, all of which equally explore “the potential of audiovisual language to create possible worlds.” De Clercq will be in attendance for a post-screening discussion.

We’ll find you when the sun goes black: Videos by Anouk De Clercq is presented by Cinema Project , a collectively run, non-profit organization that works to promote public awareness of avant-garde cinema from the past and present.

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