Rick Bahto & Alee Peoples: Small-Gauge L.A.
Monday, November 2, 2015 at 8:30 pm
Roy and Edna Disney/CalArts Theater (REDCAT)
located in the Walt Disney Concert Hall complex
631 West 2nd Street, Los Angeles, California 90012
Rick Bahto and Alee Peoples are exemplary figures in the vibrant L.A. creative community committed to realizing personal vision through the hands-on intimacy of small-gauge film, DIY media and live performance. Bahto, a San Francisco transplant, plays with multiple layers of printing, rephotography and projection to explore the tension between the incidental and the controlled, while Peoples, an Oklahoma City native, uses Super 8 and 16mm film as platforms for whimsical storytelling with a nod to history. Bahto’s section of the program includes Accretions, for multiple slide projectors, and Compositions; Peoples is presenting the L.A. premiere of Non-Stop Beautiful Ladies, a street film starring decaying signage, car radios and human ad spinners.
$11 general / $8 students