No matter how many dictators we may effectively get rid of, there has always been one that remains untouched. It is not the greed of tycoons, nor the weak will of senior politicians. It is the time-old institution and its investment in a single man. — Prima Jalichandra-Sakuntabhai, 1973*
Join Los Angeles-based artists Dicky Bahto and Prima Jalichandra-Sakuntabhai at Human Resources for a screening/performance incorporating new works on video and film. The evening will include a presentation of Jalichandra-Sakuntabhai’s 1973—subjective intersections of Thai student revolts and Los Angeles freeways—as well as Bahto’s six pages from a diary and the 2021 Getty commission Mirror Piece.
See link below for details.
Wednesday, March 23, at 9 pm
410 Cottage Home Street, Chinatown, Los Angeles
*Prima Jalichandra-Sakuntabhai, from the script 1973, courtesy and © Prima Jalichandra-Sakuntabhai.
From top: Prima Jalichandra-Sakuntabhai, 1973 (2021), image © Prima Jalichandra-Sakuntabhai, courtesy of the artist; Dicky Bahto, six pages from a diary (2021), Bahto and Katoosh, image © Dicky Bahto, courtesy of the artist and Human Resources; Prima Jalichandra-Sakuntabhai, 1973 (2021), image © Prima Jalichandra-Sakuntabhai, courtesy of the artist.