Screening at DIM Cinema: Broken Clocks

October 8, 2019

We are excited to make a second stop in touring Broken Clocks, selectrospective of Vancouver-based artist Julia Feyrer’s 16mm films, at DIM Cinema by The Cinematheque in Vancouver. This screening is curated and presented by Artistic Director Steffanie Ling.

Wednesday, October 30, 7:30pm 

1131 Howe Street 

Vancouver, BC 

Canada V6Z 2L7 


Originally shown as installations, Feyrer's films show the defaced visage of several time-keepers—stripped of most composite numbers—and clock faces that read an accusatory "WHO CARES?" as if to scold the hegemony of a schedule. As Feyrer seizes time-based media to show its mechanism manipulated, coming to a slapstick stand-still, they offer a notion of time with a funny facelift.

Julia Feyrer (b. 1982, Lkwungen Territory, Victoria, BC) is a filmmaker and artist who lives and works on the unceded lands of the Tsleil-Waututh, Skxwú7mesh and Musqueam. They graduated in 2010 with a Meisterschülerin from the Städelschule in Frankfurt, Germany. Julia is also the co-editor of the audiozine Spoox and author of a half dozen artist books published by Perro Verlag.

For more details on the screening, visit the official program page here.

Image: Julia Feyrer, New Pedestrians, 2018.