Close-Up with Dror Daum: Liquid Sky

Wednesday, November 12, 19:00

“Liquid Sky” earned its title as an esoteric cult classic at the beginning of the 1980s. The movie is set in the New York underground scene during the Post-Punk and New Wave era, and according to the artist, came to represent a place less provincial and more free than Israel was at the time. The film portrays a nihilism, self-importance, and decadence that is at once also ridiculous.

Close-Up is a new series in which exhibiting artists present films that have influenced their practice.

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