Sincerely, Warmly at VTape (Toronto)

Sincerely, Warmly
Screening curated by Daniella Sanader
Thursday, October 25th, 6:30pm

Sincerely, Warmly presents a program of video work about reaching out to someone who could never respond to you. Taking the form of epistolary texts, postcards from somewhere, mis-remembered narratives, and eavesdropping tactics, the works in Sincerely, Warmly explore the intimacies and distances of trying to communicate. At times sweet, mournful, introspective, silly, and voyeuristic, these works release some questions into the ether, questions that ultimately go unanswered: How are you? Where have you been? Can you hear me? Do you miss me?

Sincerely, Warmly is presented as part of Daniella Sanader’s ongoing research residency at Vtape on letter writing and performance for the camera.

Program run time: 57 minutes

Serena Lee, Stretto, 2016 (06:48 minutes) 2047.09
Colin Campbell, I’m A Voyeur, 1974 (15:20 minutes) 020.10
Maha Maamoun, Shooting Stars Remind Me of Eavesdroppers, 2013 (04:45 minutes) 2086.04
Gunilla Josephson, Hello Ingmar, 2000 (07:00 minutes) 645.04
Alison S.M. Kobayashi, From Alex To Alex, 2006 (06:11 minutes) 320.00
Sharlene Bamboat, The Wind Sleeps Standing Up, 2016 (12:00 minutes) 1013.[     ]
Jorge Lozano, The End of Type (writers), 2016 (05:00 minutes) 163.084