Residency Projects Part II Film Screening: Remain Human, Experimental Documentary Project by Terry Berlier

Date and Time: Saturday, September 18, 3:30pm & Wednesday, October 6, 7pm
Location: Kala Gallery, 2990 San Pablo Ave., Berkeley, CA 94702

Remain Human, Experimental Documentary Project by Terry Berlier

Remain Human: The Slatter’s Court Project, a 43 minute video that documents the lives of residents in an outdated auto camp that has been designated “blight” by the liberal town of Davis, California.

“Slatter’s Court started life as a motel serving the old Lincoln highway. The auto camp closed and a community emerged even though (make that because) this remained a place of transition. Slatter’s probably qualifies as a’heterotopia’-a counter-arrangement within the ‘normal’ organization of a studiously normal town. Slatter’s accommodates people who don’t match the norms of college-town living; Slatter’s residents are pretty typical Californians… read more
–Simon Sadler

Terry Berlier is an interdisciplinary artist who creates sound sculpture and installations that are both kinetic and interactive. Her work often focuses around everyday objects, ideas of nonplace/place and queer practice. Terry received the 2008 New Visions of California Award that provided a residency at the Exploratorium. Her work has been presented in numerous national and international exhibitions. Terry is currently a Professor of Sculpture at Stanford University.

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