Sex Pistols Founder to Screen Sex Movie at The Standard Miami
Malcolm McLaren, whom you may remember as the founder of the Sex Pistols, has moved from Sex Pistols to, er, sex scenes: he's put together a very, very sexy feature-length video work and has chosen to screen it at -- shocker -- The Standard Miami (we can't imagine how this fits with the vibe there).
As part of their "Love Life" program (a series of Sunday events that provide guests and locals "an opportunity to enjoy film, art, and community"), there will be a screening of McLaren's "Shallow" on Sunday, November 9th at 8 pm.
A lil' bit about the film:
“Shallow” is a feature-length color video art work consisting of individual film clips sourced from erotic films of the late 1960s. Devised as a series of “musical paintings” in alternating slow motion tempos and precise edits, McLaren deliberately selected moments immediately preceding or following sex scenes—extending a handful of frames into nearly still portraits of seduction and artifice.
We don't know about you, but watching clips of erotic films in a room full of people isn't really our steeze. But maybe we could stand to expose ourselves to a little bit of culture, no?