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Movies through a Peephole: Ritualized Days | SF

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Monday, January 27, 2020 - All Day | Cost: FREE
Peephole Cinema | 280 Orange Alley, San Francisco, CA

The Peephole Cinema is pleased to announce the opening of Ritualized Days. The cycles of life through habits, rituals, and routines. When it seems the world is spinning out of control politically, socially and environmentally, one might look to keeping a regular constitutional to square meaning and perspective.

These routines, whether from personal habits or the outside world, can be a path towards transcendence. These four works witness and reflect on our rituals in the form of breath, exercise, our relationship to the sun and shadow dances. Artwork by Eva Bakkeslett, Alyssa Block, Tess Martin, and Yaloo. Curated by Sarah Klein.

Peephole Cinema is a free, public “miniature” cinema showing media-based works, 24 hours a day and seven days a week, through a dime-sized peephole in the Mission District of San Francisco. 

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Categories: *Top Pick*, Art & Museums, Movies
Address: 280 Orange Alley, San Francisco, CA

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