Tilda-Whirl - Teknolust
Teknolust, directed by Lynn Hershman Leeson, run time - 1 hr. 25 min, 2002, rated - R
Saturday, April 2nd, 3 pm
About: Not just one, but four Tilda’s make an appearance in this Sci-Fi flick from artist and director Lynn Hershman Leeson. Tilda 1, is scientist, Rosetta Stone, who creates three artificial intelligence replicas of herself, Marinne, Olive, and Ruby who venture into the world to obtain supplies of Chromosome Y while struggling to find meaning in a world where love is the only thing that makes things real.
Location: Portland Art Museum, Whitsell Auditorium
Doors open: 2:30 pm
Event begins: 3 pm
Event website: PAM CUT
COVID OVERVIEW - PAM CUT will comply with any Federal or State health precautions that may be in place at the time of the screening. COVID-19 safety protocols for the Whitsell Auditorium no longer include a mask requirement, though showing proof of full COVID-19 vaccine prior to entry to the auditorium is still required. Additionally, the Whitsell and all spaces throughout the Museum have high-quality HVAC that circulates air at 133,440 CFM cubic feet per minute of triple-filtered air. CO2 monitors also automatically adjust for conditions.
We will accept any of the following:
You may also be asked to show your photo ID along with proof of vaccination.
Tickets are non-refundable.