Analogue Recurring 2015 Call for submissions

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Analogue Recurring is a screening event seeking to illuminate the sculptural qualities of working with analogue film, and the mechanical processes and materiality inherent. It is contemporary, experimental and embraces a DIY ethos. Bringing together artists who insist on working with the material of celluloid film, the event is a platform to discuss and enjoy the visceral pleasures of analogue films and their projectors. This is contemporary analogue film in the digital age.

The screening will be analogue only. We will project 16mm and if possible some super-8. We are also interested in expanded cinema or multi-screen works, although we may have some limitations due to size of space, and projector logistics. But all proposals considered, and welcomed.

email – [email protected]  –  Please include film description, artist Bio and/or links. Film preview – online link, .mov or quicktime file. If it is expanded or performance include extra detail in description, stills etc.

Analogue Recurring 2015
Friday 17th July 2015, 19h

Produced by Bea Haut

Technically Upholstered by David Leister

Hosted by Lo & Behold

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Friday, June 19, 2015 (All day)