Tuesday 29 June 11:10am – Saturday 17 July 11:10am, 2021

Cinema: Works by Sky Hopinka.

Date Tuesday 29 June – Saturday 17 July 2021
Time 11:10am – 11:10am
Location Artspace Aotearoa, 292 Karangahape Rd
Entry Free and open to all
Part of Slow Boil

This cinema programme is part of the Slow Boil Exhibition currently showing at Artspace Aotearoa (Until 7 August 2021).

The following works by Sky Hopinka will be available to view from 29 June.

Each session runs in a 40 minute slot.

10:00 am
10:40 am
11:20 am
12:00 pm
12:40 pm
1:20pm
2:00pm
2:40pm
3:20pm
4:00pm
4:40pm
5:20pm

Dislocation Blues
Sky Hopinka
16:57 min
2017

An incomplete and imperfect portrait of reflections from Standing Rock. Cleo Keahna recounts his experiences entering, being at, and leaving the camp and the difficulties and the reluctance in looking back with a clear and critical eye. Terry Running Wild describes what his camp is like, and what he hopes it will become.

I’ll Remember You as You Were, not as what You’ll Become
Sky Hopinka
12:32 min
2016

An elegy to Diane Burns on the shapes of mortality, and being, and the forms the transcendent spirit takes while descending upon landscapes of life and death. A place for new mythologies to syncopate with deterritorialised movement and song, reifying old routes of reincarnation. Where resignation gives hope for another opportunity, another form, for a return to the vicissitudes of the living and all their refractions.

“I’m from Oklahoma I ain’t got no one to call my own.

If you will be my honey, I will be your sugar pie way hi ya

way ya hi ya way ya hi yo”

-Diane Burns (1957-2006)

Jáaji Approx.
Sky Hopinka
7:39 min
2015

Logging and approximating a relationship between audio recordings of my father and videos gathered of the landscapes we have both separately traversed. The initial distance between the logger and the recordings, of recollections and of songs, new and traditional, narrows while the images become an expanding semblance of filial affect. Jáaji is a near translation for directly addressing a father in the Hočak language.

To learn more about Sky Hopinka's work, go to: skyhopinka.com