The David Rubenstein Atrium at Lincoln Center: World premiere screening of Where Does The Time Go

The David Rubenstein Atrium at Lincoln Center: World premiere screening of Where Does The Time Go

A film by artist Kambui Olujimi '13SOA
Date and time 
Nov 15, 2017 - 7:30pm
Film Screening
Event type 
Alumni Artist Event
Free Event

This event is free and open to the public

Seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis

The David Rubenstein Atrium at Lincoln Center
61 West 62nd Street at Broadway
New York, NY 10023
United States

Where Does The Time Go is a mercurial journey, a collage of time, space, and sound, remembered and fragmented in equal parts. The screening will feature a live musical score by acclaimed pianist Chris Pattishall and trumpeter Adam O'Farrill. The premiere will be followed by a Q&A with the filmmaker. This video was commissioned by the David Rubenstein Atrium at Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts. View the trailer here.

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About the Artists

Kambui Olujimi '13SOA was born and raised in Bedford-Stuyvesant Brooklyn and received his MFA from Columbia University in New York City. Olujimi’s work challenges established modes of thinking that commonly function as "inevitabilities." This pursuit takes shape through interdisciplinary bodies of work spanning sculpture, installation, photography, writing, video and performance. His solo exhibitions include: A Life in Pictures at MIT List Visual Arts Center; Zulu Time at Madison Museum of Contemporary Art; Solastalgia at Cue Arts Foundation; and Wayward North at Art in General. His works have premiered nationally at The Sundance Film Festival, Studio Museum in Harlem, MoMA P.S.1, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles and Mass MoCA. Internationally his work has been featured at The Jim Thompson Art Center in Bangkok; Museo Nacional Reina Sofia in Madrid; Kiasma Museum of Contemporary Art in Finland and Para Site in Hong Kong among others. Olujimi has been awarded residencies from Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Robert Rauschenberg Foundation, and Civitella Ranieri. He has received grants and commissions from numerous institutions including A Blade of Grass, The Jerome Foundation, and MTA Arts & Design for the City of New York. Upcoming project include a MTA Arts and Design commission  and a PopRally performance at the Museum of Modern Art, NY in conjunction with the Project 107: Lone Wolf Recital Corp exhibition.

Irungu Mutu is an actor that lives and works in Brooklyn. He received his BFA from Rutgers and his MFA from University of California San Diego. Mutu has appeared on television including in programs such as Boardwalk Empire, Preacher, Power and The Blacklist. Mutu's theatre work includes; Nollywood Dreams (Cherry Lane Theater), Our Lady of Kibeho (Signature); Bikeman (Tribeca P.A.C.); Before and After NY (Performa 2015 Biennial). Regionally he’s worked at the Kennedy Center, Actors of Theatre Louisville, The Wilma, Woolly Mammoth, Mixed Blood, Arkansas Rep, Crossroads, La Jolla Playhouse. Irungu Mut will be featured in the upcoming films, Oxalis and Bikini Moon.

Jessica Allie is a native Detroiter. Her diverse experiences as an arts professional have included roles at Museum of Contemporary Art Detriot, Afrotopia, National Conference of Artists, and Young World International, among other local organizations. Allie has recently been appointed as the Detroit Director of ProjectArt. Jessica is dedicated to facilitating creative projects throughout Detroit by connecting artists to resources and opportunities. She holds a BA in Art History from Wayne State University. 

Recently named by Wynton Marsalis as one of the top five jazz musicians under 30 to watch, Chris Pattishall is quickly generating a powerful presence in the jazz world. Combining an impressive technique and patient sensitivity, Pattishall embodies a music that is at once intelligent, soulful and joyous. He has appeared with Wynton Marsalis, Jon Hendricks, Jimmy Heath, Donald Byrd, among others. Pattishall has toured internationally as a leader and sideman, presenting original music as well as inventive readings of a broad range of jazz repertoire. Active as both a pianist and composer, Chris holds an ASCAP Young Jazz Composer’s Award, and participated in the Kennedy Center's Betty Carter Jazz Ahead Program and the Ravinia Festival Stean’s Young Artist Program. Pattishall currently resides in New York City, where he performs at many of the city's renowned jazz clubs including Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola, Small's, Mezzrow, Iridium, Smoke, the Kitano and The Blue Note

Adam O'Farill (b. 1994) was born and raised in Brooklyn, NY. Born to a deep musical legacy- his grandfather, the legendary Afro-Cuban composer/arranger, Chico O'Farrill, his father, the GRAMMY award-winning pianist/composer/activist Arturo O'Farrill, and his mother, pianist and educator Alison Deane- O'Farrill has been surrounded by music since he was very young. He began studying piano at age 6, and trumpet at age 8, while starting to compose around the same time. With his brother, Zack, a drummer/composer, they released two well-received albums under the O'Farrill Brothers Band: Giant Peach (2011) and Sensing Flight (2013), both on ZOHO Music. They primarily featured Adam's original compositions. In 2016, he released his first album under his own name, called Stranger Days (Sunnyside Records). He recently received the 2016-2017 The Jazz Gallery Residency Commission, for which he premiered a new work, I'd Like My Life Back, for voice and septet. He was commissioned by YoungArts to collaborate with actress Devyn Tyler, and filmmakers Dan Frantz and Andy Koeger on a short film called Gold, which Adam scored. Recently, O'Farrill completed his Bachelor's Degree at the Manhattan School of Music.