New work by Crosstown Arts resident artist Josh Short
Inspired by 1980s era arcade games, Josh Short has created a series of interactive driving simulators based on popular American mythologies about the road and our love/hate relationship with cars. Josh uses cast-off exercise equipment, hand-made banners, remote-controlled cars, surveillance cameras, and detritus found from the road to create a mechanical “Bricolage.”
Join Indie Memphis and Crosstown Arts for monthly screenings of independent films.
This legendary, low-budget, entirely African-American produced and conceived meta-soap opera from Bill Gunn, writer of the The Landlord and author of Rhinestone Sharecropping, was recently rediscovered and restored.
Introduction by Indie Memphis Senior Programmer Miriam Bale.
Presented by Orion FCU.