Long Seasons: Screenings at Géza

This program of film screenings extends through a six-month-long season, and in relation to the Study Lines that inform Amant programs. Long Seasons is open to the public during the weekends at Géza, our space dedicated to performance, moving image and time-based practices.

With a changing subject each season, these screenings intend to generate discursive processes around the narratives, subjects, and contexts of the artists, through workshops, lectures and seminars.

Each season has a different presentational format: from a single film exhibited as a video installation; a monographic video series focusing on the work of a singular artist; or a curated cycle of artist films depicting a diversity of approaches to a connecting thematic. The works are accompanied by a collection of documents and ephemera, offering direct socio-political context, as well as subtler, and seemingly deviated, observations and suggestions as to the conditions through and in which such works have come to exist.

Other active series
Cardboard Walls
Cardboard Walls is Amant’s performance Series at Geza, our space for live events—performance, sound, spoken word, and expanded approaches to moving image.
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Disnarrated reflects on the legacy of artists whose work has been relevant to the de-hierarchization of canonical norms through strategies of self-historicization.
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