Hours for Jerome was photographed from 1966 to 1970 both in New York City and in the countryside in New Jersey. During the exact same period of time, Jerome was shooting footage which would eventually become In the Stone House. These two works are a personal mirror of one another, but have never been shown together. Most of the footage from both films was shot at the house we were renting on Lake Owassa near the Delaware River, about two hours from Manhattan. It was known by the neighbors as the stone house. We were both about 25 years old.
The show will occur on Tuesday, December 10th at 7:30 pm at Light Industry, located at 155 Freeman Street in Greenpoint, Brooklyn.
Link Light Industry