Recreational Meeting at UofL
Recreational Meeting & Artist Talk
Moving Image with Eduardo Williams
Thursday March 3, 2022
The Hite Institute of Art and Design is excited to host our first Recreational Meeting, a project by Stephen Kwok. Recreational Meetings invite participants to reimagine digital platforms and social formats through experimental and experiential exercises. Held on commonplace platforms such as Zoom, Facetime, and Google Drive and developed by Stephen Kwok in collaboration with creative practitioners from diverse fields, Recreational Meetings explore how distance may enable, rather than limit, engagement with our surroundings, ourselves, and each other.
For his virtual visit to UofL, Stephen Kwok will facilitate Recreational Meetings: Moving Image, a meeting developed in collaboration with experimental filmmaker Eduardo Williams. This walking, phone-based meeting, invites participants to explore and capture their surroundings in response to a series of creative prompts, a process that produces a collaborative multi-channel film.
A screening and artist talk with Kwok will take place after the meeting. This Recreational meeting is limited to 30 participants, however the artist talk and screening are open to all! To register please visit this link.
Schedule of Events
Recreational Meeting: 5:30-6:15
experiential exercise 30 minutes
15 minute break
Artist Talk & Screening: 6:15
Recreational Meetings was piloted at Dia Art Foundation and is currently a member of NEW INC. Clients include Away Travel, The Canadian Centre for Architecture, Center for the Humanities, and Transart Institute.
Stephen Kwok makes experimental events that incorporate sculpture, live performance, digital media, and text. He holds an MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a BA in business administration from the University of Southern California, Los Angeles. He was an artist-in-residence at Delfina Foundation’s Performance as Process program in London. Kwok has exhibited at Seoul Museum of Art; Surplus Space, Wuhan; Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin; Center for Performance Research, Brooklyn; Julius Caesar Gallery, Chicago; Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans; and Lawndale Art Center, Houston.
Eduardo Williams was born in 1987 in Argentina. He studied at the Universidad del Cine in Buenos Aires before joining Le Fresnoy – Studio national des arts contemporains in Tourcoing, France, in 2012. Williams’s short films Pude ver un puma (2011) and Que je tombe tout le temps? (2013) premiered at Cannes Film Festival, and T i qu n rồi! (2014) at FID Marseille. His first feature, El auge del humano (2016), won the Golden Leopard award at the 2016 Locarno Film Festival. His most recent short film, Parsi (2018), premiered at the TK date Berlinale, and has since been shown at Tate Modern, London; Lincoln Center, New York City; and other festivals and museums.