Since 1999, this Baltimore-based artist has gone to the movies with a video camera and shot from the hip, taping blemished bootlegs of the latest flicks. Transforming big-budget productions into casual, off-kilter video verité, his problematic work poses difficult questions and sometimes gets everything right. Shaky, blurred, and degenerated, his works combine the lovable flaws of old home movies, the perverseness of John Waters, and the conceptual twists of post-Douglas Gordonian cinematic critique. "Recordings II," a triple bill with a program that changes daily, takes advantage of its multiplex context to create a chance para-content that links whichever three films are playing. On opening day, it had to do with... More >>>