Sylvie Weber

Sylvie Weber, installation view, "Womxen in Windows 2020"; courtesy of the artist.

Remie Akl

Remie Akl, installation view, "Womxn in Windows 2020"; courtesy of Womxn in Windows.

Kilo Kish

Kilo Kish, installation view, "Womxn in Windows 2020"; courtesy of Womxn in Windows.

Kilo Kish

Kilo Kish, "Blessed Assurance: a dream that i had", 2019; courtesy of Womxn in Windows.

Everlane Moraes

Everlane Moraes, "Aurora", 2018; courtesy of the artist.

Christine Yuan

Christine Yuan, "In Limbo", 2017; courtesy of the artist.

Rikki Wright

Rikki Wright, "A Song About Love", 2019; courtesy of the artist.

Remie Akl

Remie Akl, "Hi I know you missed me", 2020; courtesy of the artist.

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Los Angeles

Womxn in Windows Take Over Chung King Road in Los Angeles

From October 15—November 15, Womxn in Windows will play videos by women filmmakers and video artists for 24 hours a day across a dozen windows along Chung King Road in Los Angeles.

The second annual event features the work of eight international artists including Christine Yuan, Everlane Moraes, Ja’tovia Gary, Kilo Kish, Kya Lou, Remie Akl, Rikkí Wright, and Sylvie Weber. The films examine the relationship between culture, faith, and society. Wright’s A Song About Love, is a spiritual reckoning on the different forms of love, from human to divine, Kish’s Blessed Assurance sees religion differently, while An Ecstatic Experience, a film by Gary redefines the feminine gaze and focuses on the Black figure within moving image, and more.

In addition to the month-long exhibition in Los Angeles, the films will be screened simultaneously in storefront windows in New York City, London, and Shanghai, accessible to all from the street with audio via a QR code posted in the window.

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