Chris Marker Notes from the Era of Imperfect Memory

Manette Gallery writes from Portland…

Manette Gallery

We received this nice & informative note from the breathtaking Manette Gallery in Portland regarding their Chris Marker exhibition/installation coming up in July 2008:

We hope our humble gallery will be a good nook in which to enjoy these works. The walls will have various stills to look at, I have several books about CM guests can look at, a vintage powerbook 5300 kiosk with headphones running the Immemory CD-ROM, and at least a dozen films shown throughout the month via video projector, including all or most of these:

The Sixth Side Of The Pentagon / The Embassy, Remembrance Of Things To Come (both from Wexler DVDs), Le Fond de l’air et rouge, Le Train en marche, One Day in the Life of Andrei Arsenevich, Level Five, Le Tombeau d’Alexandre, Le Mystère koumiko, Chats perchés, Le Joli Mai, A.K., La Jette, Sans Soleil… this is off the top of my head. […]

So for anyone who happens to be in Portland, Oregon in July, check for updates and a definite schedule of the screenings.

Elliott Wall
Manette Gallery
820 Nw 21st Ave.
Portland, Oregon 97209

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  • Please note that the Chris Marker screenings / installation at the Manette Gallery have been rescheduled for September. Eliott will keep us posted. Cheers, blindlibrarian

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