1. JONAH - an interview with a former African American slave accompanies a powerful dance vignette of an urban man in extremis. The juxtaposition of past and present raises questions about inherited trauma and the possibility of regeneration.

    Directed by Andrew Michael Ellis
    Performed by Ernest Felton Baker
    Cinematography by Andrew Michael Ellis and Ben Stamper
    Edited by Ben Stamper
    Additional Cinematography by Sasha Aryutunova
    Special Thanks to Jonathan Seale

    Leeds International Film Festival
    Dance on Camera Festival at Lincoln Center
    Telluride MountainFilm Festival
    Bucharest International Dance Film Festival
    Topanga Film Festival
    San Francisco Black Film Festival
    Pan African Film Festival
    Tiny Dance Film Festival
    Harlem International Film Festival
    San Francisco Short Dance Film Festival
    New Voices in Black Cinema at BAM
    Black International Film Festival
    Big Sky Documentary Film Festival
    Krakow Film Festival
    Tampere Film Festival
    Nashville Film Festival
    Dance Camera West
    LA Film Festival
    Savannah Film Festival
    San Francisco Dance Film Festival
    Port Townsend Film Festival

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  3. Cloudscape
    2004
    Single-projection video installation.
    6 minutes, loop, sound.
    Performance by Terry Adkins (1953-2014)

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  4. Exhibition at Buchmann Galerie Berlin
    8 November 2013 - 18 January 2014

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  5. Our documentary tells the story of one of the most respected Korean potters, Lee Kang-hyo and his search for a beautiful life, through his work with clay and the love of his family. Set against the backdrop of his South Korean studio, it gives an insight into the spiritual journey that plays a vital part in his artistic practice.

    Lee is world-famous for mastering the traditional Korean technique called Onggi - a technique that allows him to make enormous, often man-sized pots. Watch him constructing three of these giant Onggi pots over a five-day period, culminating in an exciting explosion of glaze and colour as Lee sets about decorating them in his inimitable fashion.

    His work is exhibited all over the world in major national museums such as the Victoria & Albert Museum, The British Museum, the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, the Art Institute of Chicago and the International Ceramic Museum in Italy.

    View and buy pots by Lee Kang-hyo on Goldmark's website: http://bit.ly/1EJtEwZ

    What is Goldmark Gallery?

    A family business, we've been selling art from the Goldmark Gallery in Uppingham, UK for over 40 years and hold over 50,000 items in stock. Explore a wide range of the very best art and ceramics available to you through our website (goldmarkart.com) where you'll also find scholarship pages, books, online catalogues and even GoldmarkTV! Enjoy your visit here: http://bit.ly/18ZF7Lv

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