Joan Jonas: Reanimation, film still, 2013. Courtesy Rima Yamazaki.

Joan Jonas: Reanimation A Film Directed by Rima Yamazaki

Anthology Film Archives, 32 2nd Avenue

A profoundly influential figure in the New York art scene, Joan Jonas is a pioneer of conceptual art, video, and experimental theater. This new portrait follows the artist from her SoHo home and studio to onsite work around the world, narrating the construction of her performance with pianist Jason Moran for dOCUMENTA (13), Reanimation, which will also be featured as part of Performa 13. Director Rima Yamazaki highlights Jonas’s use of improvisation while showcasing her most seminal works and the ongoing presence of nature throughout this groundbreaking oeuvre.

Joan Jonas will be present for a post-screening Q&A.

Presented by Anthology Film Archives.


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