Artists In Residence Exhibition and Screening, Thursday, July 11, 2019, 8:30pm

Thursday, July 11, 2019, 8:30pm, at Counterpath (7935 East 14th Ave.), come join us for a screening of Jean-Jacques Martinod’s recent film works and a showcase of artist books by micro-publishing house EVIDENCE. 

Bretta C. Walker and Jean-Jacques Martinod are co-founders of micro-publishing endeavor EVIDENCE and will be showcasing their latest handmade chapbooks and launching Rikki Ducornet’s mystical poem White Quetzal: From Orlando to Nice. They will also have some secret few copies of their upcoming releases including Walker’s debut monograph ( You can check out more about the project at

EVIDENCE is a micro-publishing project that releases radical poetry, visual arts, photography, and also para-essayistic works within the world of avant-garde cinema.

Bretta C. Walker is a creative practitioner utilizing still & motion photography as means of documenting her performance in the role of   f e m a l e h u m a n in an intuition-driven & ritual-fueled practice. By harnessing the necromantic qualities of the photographic process to hold communion with self & surrounding – in concept & in form, her work addresses issues of liminality, femininity, & trauma.Walker’s work is that of a deeply personal practice which rotates on an axis of healing while drawing cues from the resilience & sublimity of Nature & its intrinsic relation to the female condition & form. In her melding of alternative & archaic printing methods with her personal research & experimentations in eco-processing, sensitizing, & toning – alchemy, the hand, process, & a sense of locality are always present, driving forces in her work. (website:

Jean-Jacques Martinod is a filmmaker and multimedia artist. His works oscillate between modalities of hybrid cinemas using methodologies that experiment with archival materials, celluloid film, analog tape, digital media, synesthetic operations, personal mythologies and travelogues. His work has been exhibited at the Cinemateca Nacional del Ecuador Ulises Estrella, the Los Angeles Center for Digital Arts, the Museum of the Moving Image in New York, and festivals that include FIDMarseille, International Film Festival Rotterdam, Sheffield Doc/Fest, Images Festival, Alchemy Film & Moving Image Festival, European Media Arts Festival, Les Inattendus film festival (très) indépendants, ULTRACinema Festival de Cine Experimental y Found Footage, among others, as well as galleries and clandestine DIY screenings. 

Event will take place on the 11 of July beginning at  8:30 PM at Counterpath