Pepper Tree

FILMS

Jáaji Approx (2015)

Dislocation Blues (2017)

Kicking the Clouds (2021)

Sky Hopinka, Kicking the Clouds, 2021. Courtesy of Sky Hopinka.

North Loop will host two evening film programs on November 3rd and 4th, 2022 featuring works by artist, filmmaker, and 2022 MacArthur fellow Sky Hopinka. The artist (b. 1984), a member of the Ho-Chunk Nation of Wisconsin and a descendent of the Pechanga Band of Luiseño Indians, explores connections between narrative, memory, landscape, and language through the perspective of Indigenous peoples in film, video, and photo works. 

Sky Hopinka, Kicking the Clouds, 2021. Courtesy of Sky Hopinka.

North Loop will host two evening film programs on November 3rd and 4th, 2022 featuring works by artist, filmmaker, and 2022 MacArthur fellow Sky Hopinka. The artist (b. 1984), a member of the Ho-Chunk Nation of Wisconsin and a descendent of the Pechanga Band of Luiseño Indians, explores connections between narrative, memory, landscape, and language through the perspective of Indigenous peoples in film, video, and photo works. The program features three short films—Jáaji Approx (2015), Dislocation Blues (2017), and Kicking the Clouds (2021)—which center personal positions of Indigenous homeland and landscape, and explore language as a container of culture.

Sky Hopinka, Jáaji Approx, 2015. Courtesy of Sky Hopinka.

The program features three short films—Jáaji Approx (2015), Dislocation Blues (2017), and Kicking the Clouds (2021)—which center personal positions of Indigenous homeland and landscape, and explore language as a container of culture.

Sky Hopinka, Jáaji Approx, 2015. Courtesy of Sky Hopinka.

ADDRESS

112 Water St.
Williamstown, Mass.
01267

INSTAGRAM

@northloop.art

HOURS

Thursday: 11 – 6pm
Friday: 11 – 6pm
Saturday: 11 – 6pm
Sunday: 12 – 5pm