Film Screening & Ticket Information
When & Where to See this Film!
In Person Date, Time & Location:
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4TH • 2:15 pm – 4:15 pm
MoMI Redstone • 36-01 35th Ave • Queens, NY 11106
Moving into Identity: Eight films celebrating the dance of self discovery.
Enantiodromia, explores the journey of women* navigating shame in pursuit of something felt deep within our bones, of something once known, but somehow lost in the current moment. It not only seeks to demonstrate the emotional and psychological labor of shedding the layers that have been put upon us, but also highlights the effort required to work through these opposing qualities so that we may begin to liberate ourselves from our socially imposed domestication.
*The word women includes anyone and everyone who identifies as such
Kristi Cole, Director
Kristi Cole, Producer
Kristi Cole, Choreography
Kristi Cole, Editing
Max Coker, Sound Design
Greisy Genao, Cinematography
Kristi Cole, Performance
Kristi believes that art is a social platform to examine the world. By posing critical questions to the obstacles we face as a society, her work seeks to resonate with audiences and spark meaningful conversations surrounding complicated issues. Captivating, moving and powerful, Cole’s work demands the attention of the audience, sucking them into her world and spitting them out into their own. Experimentation fosters artistic research and facilitates the creation of an abstract world for the work to exist within. Viewers are given agency to attach their own experiences to the ones embodied before them, further highlighting our common connection through our shared experience of being human.
Kristi Cole is a Queer, Queens based performer, choreographer and filmmaker with a BA in Dance and Political Science from George Washington University. She founded Kristi Cole & Guests in 2019 with the mission of bringing together artists to create powerful and thought-provoking interdisciplinary work. Her stage and film work has been presented in the tri-state area as well as Atlanta, Georgia. For her interdisciplinary evening of Art & Performance, Value of Space, Kristi was a 2020 recipient of a New Work Grant through the Queens Council on the Arts. Kristi is currently Artist-in-Residence through the Jonah Bokaer Arts Foundation and was a recipient of the Foundation for Contemporary Arts Emergency Grant, May 2021. She was selected as an Art Commissioner with the Queens Art Council Artist Commissioning Program 2021-2022, enabling her to support the work other artists within the community.