Friday, September 27, 2019, 7:00pm
Harvard Film Archive, 24 Quincy Street, Cambridge, MA 02138
It was only after distinguishing herself as a renowned sculptor and artist that Margaret Honda (b. 1961) began to work in cinema. Her films to date—the 70mm Spectrum Reverse Spectrum (2014), the 35mm Color Correction (2015) and the 16mm Wildflowers (2015)—each bring to bear the same exactitude of material and method as her art practice by harnessing the photochemical processes refined over a century by the film industry to produce commercial exhibition prints. MIT List Visual Art Center Director of Exhibitions and Curator Henriette Huldisch will join Honda in a post-screening conversation. Tickets: $12, available 45 minutes before showtime on the lower level of the Carpenter Center. Cash or check only. For additional information, click here.