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ESSAY: “Private disclosures in public systems: Reflections on Vera Frenkel’s work The Last Screening Room: A Valentine (1984)”

“In Vera Frenkel’s work The Last Screening Room: A Valentine, speech operates in many ways: as confession, storytelling, and narration. The work exists in a dystopian setting where the Canada Council is a subdivision of the health agency, and storytelling is outlawed. The only festival still celebrated is Valentine’s Day, a holiday which also functions as the only reprieve from blanket censorship. On Valentine’s Day, citizens are …

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SCREENING: “The Last Screening Room: A Valentine” by Vera Frenkel

“The Last Screening Room: A Valentine” by Vera Frenkel

Screening & Q&A with Artist

Curated by Adrienne Scott

Saturday, February 10th, 3PM

In-person* and Online at Trinity Square Video

*masks are required and will be provided

“In Vera Frenkel’s The Last Screening Room: A Valentine, speech operates in many ways: as confession, storytelling, and narration, with the various …

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