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<nettime-ann> [event] atc {AT} ucb, miranda july, wed 7:30pm

The Art, Technology, and Culture Colloquium
of UC Berkeley's Center for New Media Presents:

Ten True Things
        Miranda July, Artist and Filmmaker, LA

**  Wed, 9 Nov, 7:30-9pm
**  Note special location: UC Berkeley Art Museum Theater
**  2621 Durant Avenue  (enter at Durant or through garden on Bancroft)
**  Seating is limited!  Free tickets (one per person) will be available
**  at the Durant Gate entrance starting at 6pm.
**  Theater doors will open at 7:10pm.

Miranda July's appearance is presented in conjunction with the Dept of
Art Practice's "INTERVENTIONS" lecture series.

ATC Lectures are free and open to the public.


Miranda July will present her work in film, fiction, performance, web and
audio. If you have seen her feature film, _Me and You and Everyone We
Know_, and are wondering how it came to be, this evening will give you
some insight. Miranda also has some questions that you will perhaps be
able to resolve for her.

Miranda July makes movies, performances, recordings and combinations of
these things. Her short movies ( Haysha Royko, The Amateurist, Nest of
Tens, Getting Stronger Every Day) have been screened internationally at
sites such as the Museum of Modern Art and the Guggenheim Museum. Nest of
Tens and a sound installation, The Drifters, were presented in the 2002
Whitney Biennial. July
participated in the 2004 Whitney Biennial with learningtoloveyoumore.com,
created with support from the Creative Capital foundation and in
collaboration with artist Harrell Fletcher. July's multi-media
performances (Love Diamond, The Swan Tool, How I Learned to Draw) have
been presented at venues such as the
Institute of Contemporary Art in London and The Kitchen in New York.
July's stories can be read in The Paris Review and The Harvard Review and
her radio performances can be heard regularly on NPR's The Next Big Thing.
July's first feature-length film, Me and You and Everyone We Know (IFC
Films / FilmFour) premiered in January 2005 at the Sundance Film
Festival, where it received a special jury prize for originality of
vision. It debuted internationally at the Cannes Film Festival where it
was awarded with four prizes, including the Camera

see http://www.mirandajuly.com

ATC Primary Sponsors: UC Berkeley Center for New Media (CNM) and Center
for Information Technology in the Interest of Society (CITRIS)

Additional ATC Sponsors: Office of the Executive Vice Chancellor and
Provost, College of Engineering Interdisciplinary Studies Program,
Consortium for the Arts, BAM/PFA, and the Townsend Center for the

ATC Director: Ken Goldberg
ATC Associate Director: Greg Niemeyer 
ATC Graduate Assistant: Irene Chien
Curated with ATC Advisory Board

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