Saturday, June 18, 2011 at 12pm to Sunday, June 19, 2011 at 12pm
Light Industry at Dia:Chelsea:
Anthony McCall’s Long Film for Ambient Light

Dia:Chelsea
535 West 22nd Street, 5th Floor
New York, New York

Presented with The Artist’s Institute

From Light Industry’s website:

“Light Industry is excited to announce that we’ve just signed a 5-year lease on a new, ground-floor space at 155 Freeman Street in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, which we’ll be sharing with our friends Triple Canopy and The Public School. While the venue is being renovated over the summer, Light Industry will continue presenting a regular series of events at venues across the city, beginning with Anthony McCall’s Long Film for Ambient Light at Dia:Chelsea.
For the final show at our former location, McCall presented a rare screening of Line Describing a Cone and related films. It’s fitting, then, that we continue on with his equally paracinematic Long Film for Ambient Light, which is the culmination of a body of work McCall began with Line Describing a Cone. Seen here for the first time in New York in over thirty years, Long Film for Ambient Light reimagines the relationship between the event of cinema and its location. […]”

—VF